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Chpt 4-7, 9-10, 22-23 Photosynthesis, Cell Resp. & Ecology

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  • Q1

    Put the following levels of organization in correct order from smallest to largest

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  • Q2
    Organisms that photosynthesize are called what
    Autotrophs and Producers
    Heterotrophs & Consumers
    Autotrophs Only
    Producers Only
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  • Q3
    The organism shown in the image is a Conifer/Evergreen and would belong to what Phylum of plants?
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    Bryophyta
    Angiosperm
    Gymnosperm
    Pterophyta
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  • Q4
    The following image is a flowering plant and would belong to what plant Phylum?
    Question Image
    Gymnosperm
    Angiosperm
    Bryophyta
    Pterophyta
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  • Q5
    What part of vascular tissue in plants carries water?
    Phloem
    Xylem
    Stomata
    Cuticle
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  • Q6
    What part of vascular tissue in plants carries the nutrients/food?
    Cuticle
    Phloem
    Stomata
    Xylem
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  • Q7
    What part of the plant leaf allows gas exchange between Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide?
    Stomata
    Cuticle
    Phloem
    Xylem
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  • Q8
    The female part of a flowering plant is called the:
    Stamen
    Anther
    Carpel/Pistel
    Filament
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  • Q9
    The male part of a flowering plant is called the
    Stamen
    Stigma
    Carpel
    Pistel
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  • Q10
    The Haploid 1N stage of a Gymnosperm where the pollen and egg are separate is also called a:
    Sporophyte
    Gametophyte
    Zygote
    Body cell
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  • Q11
    The Diploid 2n stage of a gymnosperm where the Pollen and Egg have combined is also called a:
    Sporophyte
    Germ Cell
    Gamete
    Gametophyte
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  • Q12
    Why are Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration complimentary processes?
    They are both carried out by the same organisms
    The products of one become the reactants of the other and vice versa
    They both produce energy
    They both release energy
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  • Q13
    Which organelle is involved in photosynthesis?
    Cell Membrane
    Nucleus
    Chloroplast
    Mitochondria
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  • Q14
    Which organelle in Eukaryotes is where Cellular Respiration takes place?
    Chloroplast
    Rough ER
    Mitochondria
    Cell Membrane
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  • Q15
    What are the reactants in Photosynthesis?
    Glucose and Oxygen
    Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
    Glucose and Water
    Carbon Dioxide and Water
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  • Q16
    What are the products of Photosynthesis?
    Glucose and Water
    Glucose and Oxygen
    Carbon Dioxide and Water
    Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
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  • Q17
    Organisms that have to eat a different organism for food are called:
    Heterotrophs or Consumers
    Autotrophs or Producers
    Consumers only
    Heterotrophs only
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  • Q18
    What are the reactants in Cellular/Aerobic Respiration?
    Glucose and Water
    Carbon Dioxide and Water
    Glucose and Oxygen
    Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
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  • Q19
    What are the products of Cellular/Aerobic Respiration
    Carbon Dioxide and Oxygen
    Glucose and Water
    Glucose and Oxygen
    Carbon Dioxide and Water (ATP)
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  • Q20
    Which process creates more ATP energy?
    Fermentation
    Anaerobic Respiration
    Cellular/Aerobic Respiration
    The Dark Reactions
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