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An organism that can make its own food is called a(an)
a) heterotroph b) autotroph c) omnivore d) herbivore
All of the following are part of an ATP molecule EXCEPT
a) ribose sugar b) 3 phosphate groups c) thymine d) adenine
Energy stored in ATP is released when
a) a fourth phosphate group is added b) the bond between the adenine and ribose is broken c) the bond between the 2nd and 3rd phosphate group is broken d) the bond between the 2nd and 3rd phosphate group is formed
The reactants of photosynthesis are
a) carbon dioxide and oxygen b) water and glucose c) water and oxygen d) carbon dioxide and water
Plants gather the sun's energy with light-absorbing molecules called
a) photopigments b) photographs c) photochromes d) phytochromes
The principle light-absorbing molecule in plants is
a) caretenoid b) xanthophyll c) chlorophyll d) rubriphyll
The products of photosynthesis are
a) water and oxygen b) oxygen and glucose c) carbon dioxide and glucose d) carbon dioxide and water
Organisms that obtain energy from food they eat are called
a) autotrophs b) heterotrophs c) autophorms d) heterophylls
The source of all energy found in food is
a) flora b) fauna c) the sun d) the moon
A principle chemical compound cells use to store and release energy is
a) water b) ATP c) oxygen d) STP
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