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Energy and Matter Pre-Test Edit
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by Jessica Reyes de Pena
| 25 Questions
1
1 pt
Photosynthetic organisms get energy from
inorganic substances
light
autotrophs
heterotrophs
2
1 pt
Which of the following corrrectly sequences the flow of energy?
bacteria, fungus, rabbit
bacteria, sun, flower, deer
sun, grass, rabbit, fox
sun, hawk, mouse
3
1 pt
The production of ATP during photosynthesis requires
energy released when hydrogen ions move down their concentration gradient
a carrier protein to catalyze the addition of a phosphate group to a molecule of ADP
energy from electrons passing through electron transport chains
all of the above
4
1 pt
ATP molecules
produce NADPH
contain five phosphate groups
can both store energy and provide it for metabolic reactions
help a plant produce carbon dioxide
5
1 pt
In glycolysis,
aerobic processes occur
four ATP molecules are produced
four ADP molecules are produced
glucose is produced
6
1 pt
Carbon dioxide fixation in the Calvin cycle requires
ATP and NADPH
ATP and NADP+
ADP and NADPH
ATP and oxygen
7
1 pt
The equation above summaries the overall process of
cellular respiration
photosynthesis
the Calvin cycle
the Krebs cycle
8
1 pt
Which of the following environmental factors does NOT directly influence the rate of photosynthesis
light intensity
oxygen concentration
carbon dioxide concentration
temperature
9
1 pt
For each molecule of glucose entering glycolysis, there is a net gain of
six ATP molecules
four ATP molecules
three ATP molecules
two ATP molecules
10
1 pt
Aerobic respiration follows glycolysis when ________________ is available.
carbon dioxide
oxygen
hydrogen
water
11
1 pt
If no oxygen is available to accept electrons during aerobic respiration,
aerobic processes stop
fermentation proceeds
only small amounts of ATP can be produced
all of the above
12
1 pt
Which of the following is NOT a fuel used for cellular respiration?
carbohydrates
fats
proteins
water
13
1 pt
Electrons in pigment molecules become excited
when light strikes a thylakoid
when water molecules are broken down
during light-independent reactions
during the Calvin cycle
14
1 pt
The equation above summaries the overall process of
the Krebs cycle
photosynthesis
cellular respiration
the Calvin cycle
15
1 pt
During cellular respiration,
the complete breakdown of glucose yields only carbon dioxide and water
the complete breakdown of glucose yields ATP molecules.
NADPH is produced
carbon dioxide is required.
16
1 pt
The reaction that removes a phosphate group from ATP and results in ADP provides electrons for the cell.
True
False
17
1 pt
Electrons and hydrogen ions combine with NADP+ in an electron transport chain to prodice NADPH.
True
False
18
1 pt
The Calvin cycle produces ATP during the breakdown of a six-carbon molecule during cellular respiration.
True
False
19
1 pt
In the third stage of photosynthesis, oxygen is used to make organic molecules.
True
False
20
1 pt
Products of the Calvin cycle are three-carbon sugars that are used to produce organic compounds.
True
False
21
1 pt
Carotenoids are yellow and orange plant pigments.
True
False
22
1 pt
The less carbon dioxide available to a plant, the faster photosynthesis proceeds.
True
False
23
1 pt
Metabolic processes that require oxygen are called anaerobic.
True
False
24
1 pt
Fermentation allows the continued production of ATP even though oxygen is no longer present.
True
False
25
1 pt
When glucose is broken down, two ATP molecules are used.
True
False
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