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5 Matching questions

  1. upper epidermis
  2. glucose
  3. water
  4. cuticle
  5. vascular bundle
  1. a
    What is letter "D" ?
  2. b
    What is letter "B" ?
  3. c
    What is letter "A" ?
  4. d
    The chemical equation for respiration is shown above. The molecules __________ and oxygen are need in order for respiration to take place.
  5. e
    Leaf cells need three things in order to perform photosynthesis. What is letter "C" ? It is absorbed by the plant's roots and travels up the plant to the leaves.

5 Multiple choice questions


  1. In the picture above letter "E" is glucose which is a ________ that plants need in order to release energy to survive.

  2. Leaf cells need three things in order to perform photosynthesis. What is letter "A" ? It comes from the Sun.

  3. Look at the equation for respiration above. What does the process of respiration make from glucose?

  4. In the chemical equation above it takes six carbon dioxide molecules to make one molecule of glucose. This means in order to make one molecule of glucose it takes how many carbon atoms?
  5. Where does the light energy needed in order for photosynthesis to take place come from?

5 True/False questions

  1. stoma
    In the picture above letter "E" is glucose which is a ________ that plants need in order to release energy to survive.

          

  2. palisade layer
    What is letter "C" ?

          

  3. 18
    In the chemical equation above it takes six carbon dioxide molecules and 6 water molecules to make one molecule of glucose. This means in order to make one molecule of glucose six oxygen atoms are used and ________ oxygen atoms are left over as a waste product.

          

  4. 6
    In the chemical equation above it takes six carbon dioxide molecules and 6 water molecules to make one molecule of glucose. This means in order to make one molecule of glucose ________ oxygen atoms are used and twelve oxygen atoms are left over as a waste product.

          

  5. 24
    How many total atoms does one molecule of glucose have?

          

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