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The components necessary for photosynthesis are
a) light, carbon dioxide, water
b) light, oxygen,water
c) light glucose, carbon dioxide
d) light,glucose,oxygen

The products of photosynthesis are
a) glucose and oxygen
b) glucose and carbon dioxide
c) water and glucose
d) water,glucose and oxygen

Photosynthesis takes place mostly in the
a) leaves
b) roots
c) stems
d) flowers

Which of the following is not a function of the roots
a) to help the plant reproduce
b) to anchor the plant
c) to absorb water and minerals
d) to store nutrients/food

The exchange of gases takes place in the
a) stoma
b) xylem
c) phloem
d) roots

The production on energy from food and oxygen is known as
a) Respiration
b) Photosynthesis
c) Germination
d) Vascular

The structure responsible for transporting water in a plant is the
a) xylem
b) phloem
c) stomata
d) flower

A carrot is an example of a
a) taproot
b) fibrous root
c) fruit
d) stem

The main functions of the stem are
a) support and transport materials
b) absorb and transport materials
c) absorb materials and support the plant
d) support and carry out photosynthesis

Plants carry out which of the following processes
a) both photosynthesis and respiration
b) only photosynthesis
c) only respiration
d) neither photosynthesis nor respiration

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