Plant Physiology - Respiration Questions and Answers

A How many ATP were formed B How many kcal of gross energy were formed kcal
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A How many ATP were formed B How many kcal of gross energy were formed kcal
29 Option 2 Concept Map Form 1 2 3 4 5 C provides energy for life on Earth s surface capture this energy in organelles called through the process of which produces a sugar called This gets 6 consumed by 29 Word Bank A chloroplasts E animals I lactic acid fermentation M aerobic respiration 13 which in yeast is called 11 If oxygen is absent they will do which perform 12 B ATP F photosynthesis J alcohol fermentation 7 which in humans is called C the Sun G anaerobic respiration K glucose 10 9 8 to produce energy molecules called in organelles called If oxygen is present they will do D mitochondria H plants L cellular respiration
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29 Option 2 Concept Map Form 1 2 3 4 5 C provides energy for life on Earth s surface capture this energy in organelles called through the process of which produces a sugar called This gets 6 consumed by 29 Word Bank A chloroplasts E animals I lactic acid fermentation M aerobic respiration 13 which in yeast is called 11 If oxygen is absent they will do which perform 12 B ATP F photosynthesis J alcohol fermentation 7 which in humans is called C the Sun G anaerobic respiration K glucose 10 9 8 to produce energy molecules called in organelles called If oxygen is present they will do D mitochondria H plants L cellular respiration
Which of the following BEST represents the energy flow between photosynthesis and cellular respiration O sunlight cellular respiration ATP photosynthesis ADP sunlight photosynthesis ADP cellular respiration glucose O sunlight photosynthesis glucose cellular respiration ATP O sunlight cellular respiration glucose photosynthesis ATP
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Which of the following BEST represents the energy flow between photosynthesis and cellular respiration O sunlight cellular respiration ATP photosynthesis ADP sunlight photosynthesis ADP cellular respiration glucose O sunlight photosynthesis glucose cellular respiration ATP O sunlight cellular respiration glucose photosynthesis ATP
12 In lab you conducted a demonstration in which you put yeast in a flask with grape juice and capped the flask with a balloon Over time the balloon inflated What product of alcoholic fermentation caused the balloon to inflate a yeast b CO c 0 d alcohol
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12 In lab you conducted a demonstration in which you put yeast in a flask with grape juice and capped the flask with a balloon Over time the balloon inflated What product of alcoholic fermentation caused the balloon to inflate a yeast b CO c 0 d alcohol
0 What is the evolutionary advantage of the compartmentalization of core metabolic processes 11 What is the endosymbiont theory and what evidence is there to support it 12 What is the importance of various organelles having membranes made of phospholipid bilayers 13 What is an aquaporin 14 What is water potential and how is it used to determine movement of water into and out of cells 15 Animal cells prefer what types of solutions what tonicity Plant cells What happens to an animal cell if it is placed in the other types of solutions What structure of the plant cell protects it 16 How does water move in a cell when it is placed in a hypertonic solution vs an isotonic solution vs a hypotonic solution Relate this to concentration 17 If I place a 0 3M solution in chamber A and a 1 5M solution in chamber B which way will the water move through the semipermeable membrane Chamber A Chamber B
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0 What is the evolutionary advantage of the compartmentalization of core metabolic processes 11 What is the endosymbiont theory and what evidence is there to support it 12 What is the importance of various organelles having membranes made of phospholipid bilayers 13 What is an aquaporin 14 What is water potential and how is it used to determine movement of water into and out of cells 15 Animal cells prefer what types of solutions what tonicity Plant cells What happens to an animal cell if it is placed in the other types of solutions What structure of the plant cell protects it 16 How does water move in a cell when it is placed in a hypertonic solution vs an isotonic solution vs a hypotonic solution Relate this to concentration 17 If I place a 0 3M solution in chamber A and a 1 5M solution in chamber B which way will the water move through the semipermeable membrane Chamber A Chamber B
NADH is generated at which of the following enzyme site(s) in the citric acid cycle?
A) Aconitase.
B) Succinate dehydrogenase.
C) Fumarase.
D) All of the above.
E) None of the above.
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NADH is generated at which of the following enzyme site(s) in the citric acid cycle? A) Aconitase. B) Succinate dehydrogenase. C) Fumarase. D) All of the above. E) None of the above.
In citric acid cycle, how many steps involve substrate-level phosphorylation?
3
4
2
1
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In citric acid cycle, how many steps involve substrate-level phosphorylation? 3 4 2 1
How many molecules of Acetyl-CoA will be produced after complete B-oxidation pathway of a 20:0 fatty acid?
8
10
14
12
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How many molecules of Acetyl-CoA will be produced after complete B-oxidation pathway of a 20:0 fatty acid? 8 10 14 12
The citric acid cycle is consider anaerobic, not because it uses oxygen but because it's by-products do.
True
False
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The citric acid cycle is consider anaerobic, not because it uses oxygen but because it's by-products do. True False
Which of these is a product (something that is produced) of cellular respiration? 
A. Carbon dioxide 
B. Oxygen 
C. Sunlight
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Which of these is a product (something that is produced) of cellular respiration? A. Carbon dioxide B. Oxygen C. Sunlight
Match the organelle name with the description of its function.
makes ATP using Aerobic Cellular Respiration
Ribosome
Centriole
Vacuole
Vesicle
Mitochondria
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Match the organelle name with the description of its function. makes ATP using Aerobic Cellular Respiration Ribosome Centriole Vacuole Vesicle Mitochondria
Which of the following statements about glycolysis is false?
It occurs during fermentation
It ends with the formation of pyruvic acid
It occurs without oxygen
It involves the reduction of NAD+
It degrades glucose to CO2 and H₂O
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Which of the following statements about glycolysis is false? It occurs during fermentation It ends with the formation of pyruvic acid It occurs without oxygen It involves the reduction of NAD+ It degrades glucose to CO2 and H₂O
Glycolysis
Multiple Choice

uses 2 ATPs, produces 2 ATPS, and requires oxygen
uses 2 ATPs, produces 4 ATPs, and requires oxygen
uses 2 ATPs, produces 4 ATPs, without using oxygen
uses 2 ATPs, produces 2 ATPs, without using oxygen
None of the choices are correct.
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Glycolysis Multiple Choice uses 2 ATPs, produces 2 ATPS, and requires oxygen uses 2 ATPs, produces 4 ATPs, and requires oxygen uses 2 ATPs, produces 4 ATPs, without using oxygen uses 2 ATPs, produces 2 ATPs, without using oxygen None of the choices are correct.
_ is a citric acid cycle enzyme that is NOT an
example of an iron-sulfur protein.
aconitase
succinate dehydrogenase
ALL OF THESE are iron-sulfur proteins
citrate synthase
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_ is a citric acid cycle enzyme that is NOT an example of an iron-sulfur protein. aconitase succinate dehydrogenase ALL OF THESE are iron-sulfur proteins citrate synthase
Why do we breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide?
A. Oxygen is a product of cellular respiration.
B. Both gases are produced during cellular respiration.
C. Oxygen is required to start cellular respiration, and carbon dioxide is a product.
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Why do we breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide? A. Oxygen is a product of cellular respiration. B. Both gases are produced during cellular respiration. C. Oxygen is required to start cellular respiration, and carbon dioxide is a product.