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The main energy molcule used by cells to carry out cellular activities is called
a) ATP
b) Carbon dioxide
c) Chlorophyll
d) Oxygen

The most energy released from ATP occurs when the bond is broken between
a) the 1st and 2nd phosphate groups
b) the 2nd or 3rd phoshate groups
c) the sugar ribose and a phosphate group
d) the nitrogen base adenine and a phosphate group

Which of the following are the products for photosynthesis?
a) carbon dioxide and glucose
b) carbon dioxide and oxygen
c) carbon dioxide and water
d) oxygen and glucose

Which represents the flow of gases through the stoma on a bright sunny day?
a) carbon dioxide and oxygen move in; water vapor moves out
b) carbon dioxide moves in; oxygen and water vapor move out
c) oxygen moves in; nitrogen moves out
d) water and oxygen moves in; carbon dioxide moves out

In which layer of a leaf does photosynthesis take place?
a) cuticle
b) upper epidermis
c) palisade
d) spongy

What are the products of cellular respiration?
a) glucose, oxygen and ATP
b) water ,glucose and ATP
c) carbon dioxide and glucose
d) carbon dioxide, water and ATP

Which of the following is NOT part of cellular respiration?
a) Calvin cycle
b) Electron transport chain
c) Glycolysis
d) Krebs cycle

Muscle fatigue in humans is due to the production of
a) ATP
b) alcohol
c) glucose
d) lactic acid

In which specific structure does the light reaction take place?
a) cristae
b) grana
c) lamellae
d) stroma

How many total ATP are gained from 1 glucose molecule if oxygen is present?
a) 2 ATP
b) 4 ATP
c) 34 ATP
d) 36 ATP

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