5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Make energy
- Glucose and Oxygen
- Glucose (sugar) and Oxygen
- a The reason the plant and animal cells carry out cellular respiration
- b The products or what is made during photosynthesis
- c Ingredients in cellular respiration
- d comes from the Greek words photo, which means "light" and synthesis, which means "putting together"
- e Organism that makes its own food
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The cycle in which producers take in carbon dioxide and use it to make glucose. Consumers take in the glucose and use it to produce energy and release carbon dioxide gas.
- Makes its own food using photosynthesis
- Depends on producers for its energy
- Colored chemical compounds that absorb light
- Main photosynthetic pigment in chloroplasts that captures the energy from sunlight
5 True/False Questions
Stomata → "Mouthlike" opening in the underside of a leaf that take in carbon dioxide and release water vapor and oxygen
Glucose → Depends on producers for its energy
Carbon Dioxide → The cycle in which producers take in carbon dioxide and use it to make glucose. Consumers take in the glucose and use it to produce energy and release carbon dioxide gas.
Carbon Dioxide and Water → Ingredients or raw materials needed for the plant to carry out photosynthesis
heterotroph → Organism that obtains food by eating other organisms