U12L6 Warmup - Cellular Respiration and Photosynthesis
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by Jake Zerfas
| 13 Questions
Note from the author:
Warm up for cellular respiration and photosynthesis
Answer the following questions about cellular respiration.
1
1 pt
1. What raw materials (Reactants) are needed for respiration?
Glucose and Oxygen
Water and Carbon Dioxide
Water and Glucose
Water and Oxygen
2
1 pt
What products are formed during respiration?
Glucose and Oxygen
Water and Carbon Dioxide
Water and Glucose
Water and Oxygen
3
1 pt
Is energy absorbed or released during respiration?
Absorbed
Released
C
D
4
1 pt
The energy produced during respiration is placed into what energy molecule?
Glucose
Adenonsine Triphosphate (ATP)
Light Energy
5
1 pt
Most of cellular respiration occurs inside of which organelle?
Chloroplasts
Nucleus
Golgi Body
Mitochondira
6
1 pt
How do glucose and other sugars get into your body?
We create them through photosynthesis
We eat food and absorb the glucose and other nutrients
We produce it naturally
7
1 pt
How does oxygen get into your body?
We absorb it through our skin
We absorb it when we exhale
We Absorb it when we inhale
Answer the following questions about photosynthesis.
8
1 pt
What raw materials (Reactants) are needed for photosynthesis?
Glucose and Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide and Water
Water and Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
9
1 pt
What products are formed during photosynthesis?
Glucose and Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide and Water
Water and Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
10
1 pt
Is energy absorbed or released during photosynthesis?
Absorbed
Released
11
1 pt
Which product of photosynthesis is the food?
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide
Water
Glucose
12
1 pt
Most of photosynthesis occurs inside of which organelle?
Mitochondria
Nucleus
Chloroplast
Ribosome
13
1 pt
Where do plants get their energy from?
They perform cellular respiration and use the glucose they create
The sun
Chemosynthesis
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