Chapter 13: Plant Processes Question Preview (ID: 1700)

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Plant cells make glucose molecules from ___.
a) carbon dioxide and oxygen
b) glucose
c) water and hydrogen
d) carbon dioxide and water

The energy that powers photosynthesis comes from ___.
a) light given off by the sun
b) collisions of gas molecules in the air
c) the breakdown of sugar molecules inside plant cells
d) chlorophyll absorbed through the soil

Plants look green to us because chlorophyll absorbs ___.
a) only green
b) all of the colors in light except green
c) red and blue, which when mixed together make green
d) blue and yellow, which when mixed together make green

Oxygen, one of the byproducts of photosynthesis, is used by plants during ___.
a) fertilization
b) cellular respiration
c) transpiration
d) photosynthesis

Carbon dioxide enters and oxygen is released from a leaf through the ___.
a) cuticle
b) stomata
c) guard cells
d) veins

The loss of water through stomata is called ___.
a) transpiration
b) tropism
c) cellular respiration
d) photosynthesis

In a process called ___, plants convert energy stored in food into a form of energy that cells can use.
a) transpiration
b) cellular respiration
c) tropism
d) photosynthesis

Most of the water absorbed by a plant's roots is needed to replace the water lost during ___.
a) cellular respiration
b) photosynthesis
c) transpiration
d) phototropism

During ___, energy from sunlight is used to make sugar.
a) tropism
b) phototropism
c) transpiration
d) photosynthesis

When stomata are open, water vapor diffuses out of a leaf in a process called ___.
a) photosynthesis
b) germination
c) transpiration
d) osmosis

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