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A geranium gets the water needed to survive through its ___.
a) leaves b) roots c) chlorophyll d) stomata
The reason most plant leaves look green is because of ___ in their cells.
a) water b) chloroplasts c) sugar d) oxygen
Aerobic respiration takes place in which organelle?
a) mitochondrion b) nucleus c) endoplasmic reticulum d) cytokinins
Photosynthesis is a plant process used to ___.
a) release energy b) produce offspring c) copy chromosomes d) store energy
Carbon dioxide is involved in ___.
a) light-independent reactions b) light-dependent reactions c) photoperiods d) thigmotropism
Carbon dioxide enters a plant through its ____.
a) flowers b) leaves c) trunk d) roots
Respiration is important to most organisms because ___.
a) food energy is converted into a form for cell use b) carbon dioxide is removed from the atmosphere c) oxygen is removed from the atmosphere d) it is an external stimulant
You are outside admiring the flowers on a rose bush. Looking at the green leaves, the green light is ___ from the chlorophyll.
a) reflected b) dissolved c) filtered d) mutated
Small openings on the epidermis of plant leaves are called ___.
a) bark b) vapor c) stomata d) waste
The process where light energy is trapped in a plant's chlorophyll and produces sugars is called ____.
a) respiration b) mitosis c) photosynthesis d) acceleration
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