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The fats, oils, and waxes found in living things are known as
a) lipids b) proteins c) carbohydrates d) glucose
What do cells use as a source of energy and for energy storage
a) Proteins b) Water c) Cytoplasm d) Carbohydrates
Leaf cells use chlorophyll to absorb
a) Oxygen b) Light energy c) Carbon dioxide d) Glucose
The cells of a redwood tree require oxygen for the process of
a) Photosynthesis b) Cellular respiration c) Fermentation d) Endocytosis
In fermentation, cells release energy without
a) Alcohol b) Water c) Glucose d) Oxygen
Both whale and a seaweed use which of the following to change glucose into energy
a) Water b) Photosynthesis c) Cellular respiration d) Bonding
The movement of materials across a cell membrane, requiring energy is called
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) Passive transport d) Active transport
Which chemical that aids in photosynthesis do you find in a chloroplast?
a) Chloroplast b) Chlorophyll c) Proteins d) Glucose
Which process occurs in the chloroplasts?
a) Cellular respiration b) Passive transport c) Active transport d) Photosynthesis
DNA and RNA are the two types of these.
a) Nucleic acids b) Proteins c) Carbohydrates d) Lipids
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