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5 Matching questions

  1. Palisade layer
  2. Phosphoenol pyruvate
  3. P700
  4. Synthase
  5. Mutagenic
  1. a A layer of parallel elongated cells below the epidermis of a leaf.
  2. b Is an important metabolic intermediate.
  3. c Any of the various enzymes that catalyze the synthesis of a substance without the use of high-energy source such as cleavage of a phosphate bond.
  4. d Inducing genetic mutation.
  5. e The reaction center chlorophyll (primary electron donor) of photosystem 1 that is most reactive and best in absorbing light at wavelength of 700 nm.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. An enzyme in the carborxylases responsible for the formation of the four-carbon compound oxaloacetate by catalyzing the bringing one molecule of carbon dioxide to the three-carbon compound phosphoenolpyruvate.
  2. Distance from one point on a wave to the same point of a following wave.
  3. Organisms which convert carbon dioxide(inorganic compound) into organic compound (glucose) utilizing some energy source.
  4. Is a nucleotide that contains a large amount of chemical energy stored in its high-energy phosphate bonds.
  5. A nonessential amino acids that plays a critical part of the enzyme in the liver that transfers nitrogen-contaning amino groups, either in building new proteins and amino acids or in breaking down proteins and amino acids for energy and detoxifying the nitrogen in the form of urea.

5 True/False questions

  1. PlastocyaninAn electron carrying protein present in chloroplasts, forming part of the electron transport chain. Associated with photosystem 1 contains two copper atoms per molecule.

          

  2. Bundle sheathDistance from one point on a wave to the same point of a following wave.

          

  3. Cyclic photophosphorylationThe productions of ATP (energy) using energy of sunlight.

          

  4. ReductionAddition of hydrogen

          

  5. CrestA salt or an ester of oxaloacetic acid.