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The process by which food molecules are broken down to release energy is called ____
respiration
c6h12o6 is the formula for _____
glucose
The light reactiosn provide ATP and hydrogen for ____
the initiation of photosynthesis
The original cource of energy in foods used by living things can be traced back to
Light energy
The light reactions of photosynthses
Oxidize chloroplasm to release electrons needed in reduction chain
The process by which food molecules are broken down to release energy is called ____
respiration
c6h12o6 is the formula for _____
glucose
The light reactiosn provide ATP and hydrogen for ____
the initiation of photosynthesis
The original cource of energy in foods used by living things can be traced back to
Light energy
The light reactions of photosynthses
Oxidize chloroplasm to release electrons needed in reduction chain
The Calvin cycle reactions of photosynthesis cannot proceed...
without the products of the light reactions
Which is a reactant in photosynthesis?
PGAL
Glucose
Oxygen
Water
PGAL
What process is radiant energy absorbed by chlorophyll
light reactions
What process is oxygen used?
light reactiosn and calvin cycle
What process is carbon dioxide used?
Calvin cycle
What process is glucose broken down?
Calvin cycle
Which of the following environmental changes will most likey increase the photosynthetic rate of a plant?
an increase in carbon dioxide concentration
Which of the following best represents the process of cell respiration
Carbon dioxide + water --> glucose + water _ oxygen
What substances is formed in the Krebs cycle?
NADH and FADH2
Where does glycolysis occur?
mitochondrial outer membrane
The Calvin cycle reactions of photosynthesis cannot proceed...
without the products of the light reactions
Which is a reactant in photosynthesis?
PGAL
Glucose
Oxygen
Water
PGAL
What process is radiant energy absorbed by chlorophyll
light reactions
What process is oxygen used?
light reactiosn and calvin cycle
What process is carbon dioxide used?
Calvin cycle
What process is glucose broken down?
Calvin cycle
Which of the following environmental changes will most likey increase the photosynthetic rate of a plant?
an increase in carbon dioxide concentration
Which of the following best represents the process of cell respiration
Carbon dioxide + water --> glucose + water _ oxygen
What substances is formed in the Krebs cycle?
NADH and FADH2
Where does glycolysis occur?
mitochondrial outer membrane
Where does the Krebs cycle occur?
matrix of the mitochondria
Where is the eletron transport system?
matrix of the mitochondria
which statement best describes the role of mitochondria in cell respiration?
aerobic respiration takes place in mitochondria
How do cells make ATP during glycolysis?
by transgferring a phosphate group from a sugar-phosphate to ADP
Which statement is associated with the following reaction:
c6h12o6 +6o2 --> 6co2 + 6h20 + energy
Electrons are transferered from oxygen to glucose
What is the source of the oxygen used in cell respiration?
air
Chloroplasts and mitochondria both have inner membranes that contain...
Electron-carrier molecules
Cells don't ferment fatty acids because
fatty acids never pass through the glycolysis stage
The mechanisms that control the respiration rate in an organism respond to
presence or absenxce of oxygen
The purpose of the light rections is to produce ____ and ____ for the calvin cycle
NADPH / ATP
The purpose of the krebs cycle is to generate ___ for the ____
electrons/ ETS
The purpose of fermentation is:
When there is no oxygen present, it takes place of the Krebs cycle
What produces 6co2, 8NADH, 2 FADH2, and 2ATP per glucose molecule
Krebs cycle
What is an opening in the epidermis of a leaf which allows for gas exchange?
stoma
What are flattened membrnes in the chloroplast which contain pigments and enzymes necessary for photosynthesis?
thylakoids
What is the final step of cell respiration?
electron transport system
What is the green pgiemtn necessary for photosynthsis?
Chlorophyll
What is the energy molecule used by cells?
ATP
Anaerobic respiration results in this process
fermentation
The cycle in which carbon dioxide is fixed, or incorporated into sugars
Calvin cycle
The term referring to reactions which build moecules
synthesis
The term reffering to reactiosn ehich break down molecules
catabolic