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TEKS Biology High School - B.9.B: Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

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High School - Biology
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

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High School - Biology
Science (2010)
Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS)

B.9.B: Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration

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  • Q1
    Photosynthesis and cellular respiration both involve the use and release of gases. Which statement correctly identifies the role of gases in the two processes?
    Photosynthesis and cellular respiration both use carbon dioxide and release oxygen
    Cellular respiration uses carbon dioxide and releases oxygen, while photosynthesis uses oxygen and releases carbon dioxide.
    Photosynthesis and cellular respiration both use oxygen and release carbon dioxide
    Cellular respiration uses oxygen and releases carbon dioxide, while photosynthesis uses carbon dioxide and releases oxygen
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  • Q2
    Which statement best describes the relationship between the products of photosynthesis and the reactants in cellular respiration?
    The products of photosynthesis serve as the reactants in cellular respiration to provide chemical energy.
    The products of photosynthesis combine with the reactants in cellular respiration to remove ATP from cells
    The products of photosynthesis inhibit the reactants in cellular respiration in the presence of light
    The products of photosynthesis change the structure of the reactants in cellular respiration in the presence of light
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  • Q3
    Diatoms are one of the most common types of phytoplankton in marine habitats. Like plants, diatoms contain chlorophyll and produce glucose from which of the following?
    ATP and H2O
    O2 and ATP
    CO2 and H2O
    CO2 and O2
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  • Q4
    Most plant leaves take in more carbon dioxide as light increases. They give off carbon dioxide if light intensity is too low. The graph shows a plant’s carbon dioxide levels at different light intensities. At point X, the rate of which process is equal to the rate of photosynthesis?
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    Reproduction
    Transpiration
    Growth
    Cellular respiration
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  • Q5
    Which of the following correctly describes how a diagram of cellular respiration would differ from a diagram of photosynthesis?
    The cellular-respiration diagram would show water as the main source of chemical energy
    The cellular-respiration diagram would show glucose as the main source of energy
    The cellular-respiration diagram would show energy stored in large protein molecules
    The cellular-respiration diagram would show electromagnetic waves as the final product
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  • Q6
    Which statement explains how producers are dependent upon consumers for their survival?
    Consumers provide chemical energy needed by producers for cellular respiration.
    Consumers supply oxygen for producers to undergo aerobic respiration.
    Consumers make lactic acid that producers use in photosynthesis.
    Consumers produce carbon dioxide for producers to use during photosynthesis.
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