5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- adenosine diphosphate (ADP)
- biochemical pathway
- a An organism that uses energy to synthesis organic molecules from inorganic substances.
- b A substance involved in energy metabolism formed by the breakdown of adenosine triphosphate.
- c A series of chemical reactions in which the product of one reaction is consumed in the next reaction.
- d The distance between crests in a wave.
- e In plants, a unit of several hundred chlorophyll molecules and carotenoid pigment molecules in the thylakoid membrane
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- In plants, the solution that surrounds the thylakoids in a chloroplast.
- A compound formed by a chemical reaction.
- A compound or atom involved in a chemical reaction.
- A process in chloroplasts and mitochondria in which the movement of protons down their concentration gradient across a membrane is coupled to the synthesis of ATP.
- One of many small pores usually located on the underside of a leaf; aids in gas exchange.
5 True/False Questions
photosynthesis → The conversion of light energy into chemical energy stored in organic compounds.
chlorophyll → A class of light-absorbing pigments used in photosynthesis.
accessory pigment → In plants, a compound that absorbs light and imparts color.
carbon fixation → The incorporation of carbon dioxide into organic compounds.
electron transport chain → Molecules in the thylakoid membrane or inner mitochondrial membrane that uses some of the energy in electrons to pump protons across the membrane.