5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Ribulose biphosphate
- a Tissue found in the interior of leaves, made up of photosynthetic (parenchyma) cells, also called chlorenchyma cells.
- b Any of a group of red-brown proteins containing iron and sulfur and acting as an electron carrier during photosynthesis, nitrogen oxidation-reduction reactions.
- c Inducing genetic mutation.
- d One of the K vitamins, found in cabbage, spinach, and other leafy green vegetables, and essential for the blood-clotting process.
- e A five carbon sugar that is combined with carbon dioxide to form two three-carbon intermediates in the first stage of the light dependent reactions of photosynthesis.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The most common and predominant in all oxygen-evolving photosynthesis organisms such as high plants, red and green algae.
- Addition of hydrogen
- The reaction center chlorophyll (primary electron donor) of photosystem 1 that is most reactive and best in absorbing light at wavelength of 700 nm.
- An enzyme that catalyses the oxidation ( addition of oxygen) and reduction (addition of hydrogen) in the presence of NADP
- Is a nucleotide that contains a large amount of chemical energy stored in its high-energy phosphate bonds.
5 True/False Questions
Heterotrophic → Organisms which convert carbon dioxide(inorganic compound) into organic compound (glucose) utilizing some energy source.
Oxidation → Addition of hydrogen
Malate → Any salt or ester of malic acid.
Phosphoenol pyruvate → A nonessential amino acids that plays a critical part of the enzyme in the liver that transfers nitrogen-contaning amino groups, either in building new proteins and amino acids or in breaking down proteins and amino acids for energy and detoxifying the nitrogen in the form of urea.
Plastocyanin → An electron carrying protein present in chloroplasts, forming part of the electron transport chain. Associated with photosystem 1 contains two copper atoms per molecule.