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Why is photosynthesis so important to plants?
a) it produces a simple sugar they need for cellular respiration
b) it breaks down a simple sugar into a type of energy their cells can use
c) it produces the carbon dioxide they need for plant digestion
d) it prevents the buildup of too much water in their cells

Photosynthesis occurs in ______________________
a) in the cells of autotrophs
b) in the cells of heterotrophs
c) in the troposphere
d) plant decomposition

Where does photosynthesis take place?
a) chloroplasts
b) cell wall
c) mitochondria
d) ribosomes

What do all animals get from plants during photosynthesis?
a) oxygen
b) carbon dioxide
c) glucose
d) oxygen and carbon dioxide

Where do plants get their green color from?
a) chlorophyll
b) chloroplasts
c) palisades
d) spongy cells

In photosynthesis, water molecules are split into _______ and ______ atoms.
a) hydrogen and oxygen
b) hydrogen and carbon
c) carbon and nitrogen
d) glucose and oxygen

What is the main function of xylem within a plant?
a) it transports water and nutrients from the roots to the leaves
b) it works with chloroplasts to keep the leaves green
c) it enables the plant to absorb sunlight
d) it turns the sun's energy into gluxose

What is needed to allow photosynthesis to occur?
a) carbon dioxide, water, and sunlight
b) carbon dioxide, water, and glucose
c) oxygen, water, and sunlight
d) oxygen, water, and glucose

Plants are autotophs which means they...
a) make their own food
b) need to get their food from the ground
c) depend on humans to feed and water them
d) they automatically have food whenever they need it

The light energy from the sun is converted into __________ in the plant.
a) chemical energy
b) kinetic energy
c) potential energy
d) radiant energy

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