5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Calvin Cycle
- Electron Transport Chain
- a The process in which carbon fixates to RuBP to form G3P (a sugar).
- b A membrane-bound organelle that is the site of photosynthesis within the cell. It is located in all eukaryotic plant cells.
- c Produces water as a by-product.
- d The final acceptor of electrons in the ETC that forms water.
- e The site of the light-dependent part of photosyntesis and contains a lumen and a membrane.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Products are ATP, FADH2, NADH, and carbon dioxide
- The process that creates 2 pyruvate molecules.
- The process in which ATP is converted into glucose (energy storage).
- The process that breaks down glucose molecules.
- Folds on the inner membrane where the ETC occurs.
5 True/False questions
Alcohol and Lactic Acid → Produces water as a by-product.
ATP → A molecule that is formed from ADP in the ATP Synthase where H+ ions move down their gradient.
Fermentation → Regenerates the NAD+ necessary to run glycolysis.
Citric Acid Cycle → The process in which carbon fixates to RuBP to form G3P (a sugar).
Oxaloacetate → Binds with the Acetyl CoA to begin the Krebs Cycle.