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In plants, the photosynthetic process takes place in what part of the leaf?
a) spongy mesophyll b) chloroplast c) stomata d) xylem and phloem
Located inside the chloroplast is an abundance of sac-like photosynthetic membranes called:
a) golgi bodies b) smooth endoplasmic reticulum c) thylakoids d) vacuoles
Thylakoids are interconnected and arranged in stacks called:
a) globules b) clusters c) spectrals d) grana
Located within the thylakoids are substances such as chlorophyll which have the ability to absorb light. Chlorophyll and other such substances are called:
a) botanical dyes b) pigments c) spectral absorbers d) plant tints
In order for photosynthesis to begin plants use energy from the Sun to begin the process. What type of energy is this?
a) light b) kinetic c) chemical d) mechanical
What pigment is located within the chloroplasts that absorbs the light energy from the Sun?
a) chlorophyll b) chloronium c) carbonophyll d) glycophyll
After absorbing light from the Sun, chlorophyll transfers a large fraction of that light energy in the form of:
a) pigments b) protons c) neutrons d) electrons
By raising the energy levels of these electrons, the captured light energy can produce a steady supply of:
a) low-energy electrons b) low-energy protons c) low-energy neutrons d) high-energy electrons
The high-energy electrons produced by the chlorophyll are highly reactive and require a special molecules called:
a) ATP b) DNA c) NADP+ d) PGAL
The electron carrier molecule NADP+ has the job of accepting and holding two high-energy electrons and a hydrogen ion which is then converted into:
a) PGAL b) NADPH c) DNA d) ATP
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