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To stay alive, cells must be able to release the ____ stored in a molecule's bonds.
a) Chemical energy
b) Chemical reactants
c) Atoms
d) Elements

___ is the process by which plants produce glucose and oxygen.
a) Photosynthesis
b) Cellular Respiration
c) Fermentation
d) Glycolysis

A major energy source for most cells is a sugar molecule called ____.
a) Glucose
b) Maltose
c) Starch
d) Fructose

Cells use oxygen to release the energy in glucose during
a) Cellular respiration
b) Photosynthesis
c) Active transport
d) Fermentation

Cellular respiration takes place in a cell's ____.
a) Mitochondria
b) Chloroplasts
c) Golgi apparatuses
d) Cytoplasm

If a muscle does not have enough oxygen, it can still release energy through ___
a) Fermentation
b) Chemical bonding
c) Ingestion
d) Respiration

Photosynthesis in plants occur in the cell's
a) Chloroplasts
b) Mitochondria
c) Golgi apparatuses
d) Cell membrane

The products of photosynthesis are ____.
a) Glucose and oxygen
b) Glucose and carbon dioxide
c) Carbon dioxide and water
d) Oxygen and water

The products of cellular respiration are ___.
a) Energy, water and carbon dioxide
b) Glucose and oxygen
c) Water and oxygen
d) Glucose and carbon dioxide

Process by which cells release energy without oxygen
a) Fermentation
b) Cellular respiration
c) Oxidation
d) Photosynthesis

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