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An organism with chloroplasts is a ___.
a) consumer b) prokaryote c) producer d) centromere
Before the energy in food can be used by a cell, it must first be transferred to molecules of ___.
a) proteins b) carbohydrates c) DNA d) ATP
Fermenrtation in animal cells produces ___.
a) glucose and carbon dioxide b) alcohol and ATP c) lactic acid with ATP d) lactic acid with carbon dioxide
Oxygen is used to break down food molecules and release energy in a process called ___.
a) photosynthesis b) cytokinesis c) cellular respiration d) fermentation
Which of the following is a produce of photosynthesis?
a) glucose b) carbon dioxide c) carbon monoxide d) heat energy
Which of the following is NOT used to make glucose in photosynthesis?
a) water b) oxygen c) carbon dioxide d) light energy
Nearly all of the energy that fuels life comes from ___.
a) the sun b) water c) the air d) the soil
Photosynthesis means ___
a) "within the cell" b) "outside the cell" c) "made by light" d) "breathing"
Respiration means ___.
a) "within the cell" b) "outside the cell" c) "made by the light" d) "breathing"
The Molecules in the cells of plants that obsorb the energy of light are called ___.
a) glucose b) carbohydrates c) pigments d) carbon dioxide
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