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where do the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis take place? (saclike membranes)
a) chloroplasts
b) stroma
c) thylakoid
d) chlorophyll

A group of accessory pigments responsible for absorbing light are:
a) chlorophyll
b) chlorplasts
c) stroma
d) thylakoid

NADPH and ATP are what kind of molecules?
a) energy storage or carrying
b) energy using
c) energy abusing
d) light dependent

ATP is made of one sugar, three phosphate groups and how many ribose?
a) one
b) two
c) three
d) four

the final stage of aerobic respiration is:
a) electron transport chain
b) ATP
c) glycolysis
d) anaerobic respiration

the phase of photosynthesis that splits water molecules is the:
a) light phase
b) synthetic light phase
c) dark phase
d) synthetic phase

the most important function of chlorophyll is to :
a) absorb light
b) trap carbon dioxide
c) split carbon dioxide
d) trap hydrogen

which describes the process of fermentation?
a) anaerobic process that manufactures pyruvate
b) anaerobic process that manufactures glucose
c) aerobic process that restores NAD supply
d) aerobic process that manufactures pyruvate

which describes the process of glycolysis?
a) anaerobic process that breaks down glucose
b) aerobic process that breaks doen glucose
c) aerobic process that manufactures glucose
d) anaerobic process that manufactures glucose

Which is the biological importance of the molecule adenosine triphosphate (ATP)?
a) provides chemical energy
b) creates glucose from light
c) makes biological proteins
d) repairs cell membranes

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