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Introduction to Photosynthesis

Q. Sort each word or phrase as applying to photophosphorylation, oxidative phosphorylation, or both.• Occurs in the Mitochondria.• Occurs in the Chlor...

Solved • May 26, 2020

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Q. The carbon source for photosynthesis is __________.

Solved • May 7, 2020

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Q. Even though plants carry on photosynthesis, plant cells still use their mitochondria for oxidation of pyruvate. When and where will this occur?A. i...

Solved • Sep 29, 2018

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Q. What are two similarities and two differences between ATP production during photosynthesis versus cellular respiration.

Solved • Jul 30, 2018

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Q. Which is true about photosynthesis?A. It occurs in stems in most plants but in leaves of some.B. Glucose is produced and oxygen is released.C. The ...

Solved • Jul 11, 2018

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Q. Why is photosynthesis considered the most important chemical reaction on earth?

Solved • Jul 2, 2018

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Q. What is the connection between photosynthesis and aerobic cellular respiration (Hint: look at the reactions that summarize each process)?

Solved • Jun 28, 2018

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Q. What gas is produced as a waste product during the light dependent reactions? Where is the starch stored in a variegated Coleus leaf?

Solved • Jun 21, 2018

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Q. Both the mitochondrial inner membrane and the chloroplast thylakoid membrane have an ATPase that uses the proton gradient to make ATP (see e-tc on ...

Solved • Jun 12, 2018

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Q. In mechanism, photophosphorylation is most similar to what process in cellular respiration?

Solved • Jun 7, 2018

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Q. Organisms that make their own organic compounds from inorganic substances are called: a. animals.b. heterotrophs.c. autotrophs.

Solved • Aug 3, 2017

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Q. Organisms that consume preexisting organic molecules are called: a. heterotrophs.b. autotrophs.c. plants.d. none are correct

Solved • Aug 3, 2017

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Q. The main byproduct of photosynthesis that is released into the environment is: a. glucose.b. carbon dioxide.c. chlorophyll.d. oxygen.e. sunlight.

Solved • Aug 3, 2017

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Q. The main product of photosynthesis is: a. glucose.b. oxygen.c. carbon dioxide.d. chlorophyll.e. sunlight.

Solved • Aug 3, 2017

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Q. Which organism's life depends on photosynthesis? a. Coralb. An oak treec. Humansd. A sea slug e. All are correct

Solved • Aug 3, 2017

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Q. The reactants for photosynthesis are: a. Water and carbon dioxideb. Organic compoundsc. Glucose and waterd. Glucose and carbon dioxidee. Glucose an...

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

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Q. The energy source that powers the process of photosynthesis is: a. Waterb. Glucosec. Carbon dioxided. Sunlighte. Oxygen

Solved • Aug 2, 2017

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Q. At least 90% of organisms on the earth are heterotrophs. Examples include all of the following except a. plants b. fungi c. most eubacteria d. ...

Solved • Jul 20, 2017

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Q. Early cyanobacteria evolved a form of photosynthesis that permanently changed the Earth’s atmosphere by releasing which of the following gases? a....

Solved • Jul 18, 2017