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Module 26 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration

Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Quiz

Question 1

Points: 10 out of 10

Select the incorrect statement regarding respiration and fermentation from the list below.

·          Both respiration and fermentation use organic molecules.

·          Respiration produces acidic products, fermentation does not.

·          Respiration produces much more ATP than fermentation

·          Respiration uses oxygen, fermentation does not.

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Question 2

Points: 10 out of 10

Respiration is …

·          catabolic because it builds CO2.

·          catabolic because it breaks down sugar.

·          anabolic because it builds CO2.

·          anabolic because it breaks down sugar.

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Question 3

Points: 10 out of 10

A photosynthetic plant has red leaves. Which colors of light will be most effective at generating oxygen?

·          red and blue light

·          green and blue light

·          red and green light

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Question 4

Points: 10 out of 10

Which of the following is not produced by the process of respiration?

·          H2O

·          CO2

·          ATP

·          Sugar

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Correct! Sugar is used, not produced, by respiration.

Question 5

Points: 10 out of 10

Which of the following are starting materials for photosynthesis and products of cellular respiration?

·          ATP and oxygen

·          Oxygen and glucose

·          Carbon dioxide and water

·          Light and heat

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Correct. Carbon dioxide and water are consumed during photosynthesis and produced during cellular respiration.

Question 6

Points: 10 out of 10

The calculated net amount of ATP produced from one glucose molecule during aerobic respiration in eukaryotes is

·          2

·          36

·          100

·          40

·          6

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Correct. Correct Eukaryotes can produce up to 36 ATP molecules.

Question 7

Points: 10 out of 10

Where in eukaryotic cells does cellular respiration take place?

·          In the ribosome.

·          In the chloroplast.

·          In the peroxisome

·          In the mitochondria.

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Yes! Cellular respiration takes place in the mitochondria!

Question 8

Points: 10 out of 10

One way to explain how cellular respiration and photosynthesis relate to each other is to say that:

·          Plant cells use the oxygen produced by respiration for photosynthesis.

·          Cellular respiration is a series of reduction reactions while photosynthesis is a series of oxidation reactions.

·          The two processes are not related.

·          The use of oxygen by plants contributes to the greenhouse effect.

·          The oxygen produced by photosynthesis, once released to the environment, is the oxygen able to be used as the electron acceptors for cellular respiration.

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Correct! Respiration is the oxidation and photosynthesis is the reduction.

Question 9

Points: 10 out of 10

Which of the following organisms is capable of photosynthesis? Select all that apply.

·          Plants

·          Algae

·          Fungi

·          Mammals

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Question 10

Points: 10 out of 10

Which of the following processes requires oxygen?

·          photosynthesis

·          cellular respiration

·          fermentation

·          all of these processes

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Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration Quiz

Question 1

Points: 10 out of 10

True or False: Oxygen and glucose are produced by photosynthesis and consumed in cellular respiration.

·          True

·          False

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Correct. The products of photosynthesis are the starting material for cellular respiration.

Question 2

Points: 10 out of 10

What is the source of energy for photosynthesis?

·          O2

·          Light

·          Water

·          Sugar

·          CO2

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Correct. Light is the original source of energy for photosynthesis.

Question 3

Points: 10 out of 10

Which of these represents the correct flow of energy through the photosynthesis and cellular respiration cycle?

·          ATP to Light to Glucose

·          Light to Glucose to ATP

·          ATP to glucose to light

·          Glucose to ATP to Light

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Question 4

Points: 10 out of 10

Energy is harvested from which reaction to produce ATP?

·          Sugar and oxygen carbon dioxide and water.

·          Carbon dioxide and water sugar and oxygen.

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Correct! ATP production requires energy that is sometimes produced by the breakdown of sugar into simpler molecules.

Question 5

Points: 10 out of 10

While Jill and Andre were studying for their Biology exam, Andre said, “Animals perform cellular respiration and plants perform photosynthesis.” What about Andre’s statement should Jill have told him was incomplete?

·          Animals also perform photosynthesis.

·          Plants do not perform photosynthesis.

·          Animals do not perform cellular respiration.

·          Plants also perform cellular respiration.

·          There is nothing incomplete about Andre’s statement.

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Question 6

Points: 10 out of 10

Most of the ATP of aerobic respiration is produced in which organelle in eukaryotes?

·          plasma membrane

·          chloroplast

·          mitochondrion

·          nucleus

·          ribosome

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Question 7

Points: 10 out of 10

Which organelle captures energy, in the form of sunlight, in plant cells?

·          mitochondrion

·          nucleolus

·          plasma membrane

·          chloroplast

·          cytoplasm

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Correct! Chloroplasts are the organelles that contain chlorophyll and where photosynthesis occurs in eukaryotes.

Question 8

Points: 10 out of 10

All of the following statements is true of photosynthesis, EXCEPT:

·          Releases CO2

·          Releases oxygen

·          Water is required

·          Glucose is produced.

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Question 9

Points: 10 out of 10

Which of the following is an anabolic pathway?

·          photosynthesis

·          fermentation

·          all of these processes

·          cellular respiration

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Question 10

Points: 10 out of 10

Plant leaves contain many different pigments. What is the purpose of having multiple pigments?

·          To absorb light that may harm the photosynthetic machinery.

·          To give leaves different colors in the fall.

·          Capture light for photosynthesis at different wavelengths.

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