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What is the porpose of photosynthesis?
a) None of the above
b) release energy
c) store energy
d) create energy

Where does photosynthesis take place in a green plant?
a) chloroplasts
b) mitochondria
c) the cell nucleus
d) root cells

Whar are the reactants in the process of photosynthesis
a) water and carbon dioxide
b) water and glucose
c) carbon dioxide and oxygen
d) glucose and oxygen

What are the products of photosynthesis?
a) glucose and oxygen
b) carbon doxide and oxygen
c) oxygen and water
d) water and carbon dioxide

Which of the following equations best represents the process of photosynthesis?
a) water + carbon dioxide = glucose + oxygen
b) oxygen + carbon dioxide = glucose + water
c) glucose + oxygen = carbon dioxide + water
d) carbon dioxide + oxygen = water + glucose

Oxygen that is released during photosynthesis first started out as ____
a) water
b) carbon dioside
c) glucose
d) oxygen

What are the 3 elements tat make up glucose?
a) hydrogen, carbon, oxygen
b) hydrogen, water, oxygen
c) nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen
d) water, carbon dioxide, oxygen

What are the 3 components of an atom
a) proton, neutron, electron
b) nucleus, electron, carbon
c) electron, proton, nucleus
d) proton, nucleus, neutrons

Which part of the atom has a negative charge?
a) electron
b) neutron
c) nucleus
d) proton

Where does the light independent reaction take place?
a) Stroma
b) thylakiod
c) Lamella
d) Chlorophyll

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