Carbohydrates: Energy From The Sun Question Preview (ID: 61155)

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Which macronutrient is your main energy source?
a) fat
b) protein
c) carbohydrate
d) vitamins

Most carbohydrates are produced by:
a) farmers
b) plants
c) animals
d) none of the above

The chemical process that combines carbon dioxide and water in the presence of sunlight in plants is called:
a) photosynthesis
b) cellular respiration
c) mitosis
d) meiosis

Which of the following are produced during photosynthesis?
a) plant sugars
b) glucose
c) carbohydrates
d) all of the above

Energy from the sun is captured during photosynthesis and transformed into this type of energy stored in carbohydrates:
a) kinetic
b) potential
c) thermal
d) chemical

What parts of plants do you eat that store excess carbohydrates?
a) roots and fruits
b) seeds and stems
c) leaves
d) all of the above

Which food group DOES NOT provide you with carbohydrate?
a) meat and fish
b) fruit and vegetable
c) breads and cereals
d) milk and dairy

The products of photosynthesis are:
a) glucose and oxygen
b) carbon dioxide and water
c) sunlight
d) none of the above

Total carbohydrates are broken down into these two categories:
a) starch and fiber
b) fiber and simple carbs
c) simple and complex
d) complex and starch

___________ is the simplest form of carbohydrate, also known as blood sugar. It is the only fuel that the brain and nerves use.
a) starch
b) fiber
c) complex
d) glucose

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