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Which of the following is a light-absorbing molecule?
a) ATP b) chloroplast c) pigment d) NADPH
Which of the following is the principal pigment in plants?
a) chlorophyll b) xanthophyll c) carotenoid d) thylakoid
Where in the chloroplast do the light reactions take place?
a) In the stroma. b) in the thylakoid. c) In the stomata. d) In the cytosol.
Where in the chloroplast does the Calvin cycle take place?
a) In the stroma. b) In the thylakoid. c) In the stomata. d) In the cytosol.
What are the reactants in the overall equation for photosynthesis?
a) water; oxygen; sugar (glucose) b) oxygen; light; carbon dioxide c) ATP; NADPH; sugar (glucose) d) water; light; carbon dioxide
What are the products in the overall equation for photosynthesis?
a) oxygen; carbon dioxide b) sugar; oxygen c) sugar; carbon dioxide d) light; water
Chlorophyll (a) reflects _______ wavelengths of light.
a) green b) red c) violet d) orange
The wavelengths that Chlorophyll absorbs best are from these two areas of the visible light spectrum.
a) yellow and green b) red and blue-violet c) orange and violet d) blue-violet and green
ATP and NADPH are products of the _______ and reactants of the _________.
a) Calvin Cycle; light-independent reactions b) Calvin Cycle; light-dependent reactions c) light-independent reactions; light-dependent reactions d) light-dependent reactions; Calvin Cycle
What is the function of stomata?
a) gas exchange b) water absorption c) location of photosystems d) Calvin cycle
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