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Photosynthesis And Cell Respiration.

Photosynthesis is the name given to a series of biochemical reactions that
a) uses glucose to make ATP
b) uses oxygen to make glucose
c) makes glucose from carbon dioxide and water
d) uses ATP to make oxygen molecules

Cellular respiration is the name given to a series of biochemical reactions that
a) makes glucose from carbon dioxide and water
b) uses ATP to make oxygen molecules
c) uses oxygen to make glucose
d) uses glucose to make ATP

Aerobic respiration produces more energy than anaerobic respiration and takes place in the presence of __________.
a) cells
b) oxygen
c) carbon
d) ATP

Most ATP in eukaryotic cells is produced in the __________ during cell respiration.
a) mitochondria
b) cytoplasm
c) chloroplast
d) chlorophyll

Where do the carbon atoms in the glucose molecule come from during photosynthesis?
a) water
b) ATP
c) carbon dioxide
d) sunlight

Which of the following is a reactant for cell respiration and a product of photosynthesis?
a) ATP
b) Carbon dioxide
c) energy
d) oxygen

How many net ATP molecules are produced during lactic acid fermentation (anaerobic) from 1 glucose molecule?
a) 2
b) 20
c) 36
d) 40

How many net ATP molecules are produced from the processing of 1 glucose molecule?
a) 2
b) 20
c) 36
d) 40

What is the correct relationship between photosynthesis and cell respiration?
a) The products of cell respiration are the same as the products of photysynthesis.
b) Both processes occur in all cells.
c) The products of one process become the reactants for the other.
d) The ATP and glucose produced in photosynthesis are used during cell respiration.

Which of the following is a reactant of cell respiration and a product of photsynthesis?
a) ATP
b) Carbon Dioxide
c) Energy
d) Glucose

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