5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- a Formed when water is split and light excites the electrons into travelling through the electron transport chain.
- b The inner part of the mitochondria where the Kreb's Cycle occurs.
- c Folds on the inner membrane where the ETC occurs.
- d Regenerates the NAD+ necessary to run glycolysis.
- e A plant pigment that reflects green light while absorbing all other wavelengths of light in the photosystem.
5 Multiple choice questions
- The location of the fermentation process in the cell.
- The Calvin Cycle is a/ an _____________ process.
- An enzyme that pyruvate is converted into before it enters the Krebs Cycle.
- Another name for the Calvin Cycle
- The process that breaks down glucose molecules.
5 True/False questions
Cristae → The fluid that surround the thylakoids in the chloroplast and is the site of the Calvin Cycle of photosynthesis.
Glycolysis → The location of the glycolysis process in the cell.
Substrate-Level Phosphorylation → The combination of the electron transport chain and chemiosmosis to make ATP.
Thylakoid Membrane → Contains pigments, photosystems, ATP synthase, and an electron transport train and is responsible for the light-dependent aspect of photosynthesis.
Fermentation → The anaerobic alternative to cellular respiration.