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1. WHAT DO ALL LIVING ORGANISMS NEED TO SUSTAN LIFE? A. OFFSPRING B. ENERGY C. CELL WALL
2. ORGANISMS THAT MAKE THEIR OWN FOOD ARE _________ A. DECOMPOSERS B. HETEROTROPHS C. AUTOTROPHS
3. ORGANISMS THAT MUST COMSUME THEIR FOOD ARE CALLED _________ A. AUTOTROPHS B. HETEROTROPHS C. CHEMOAUTOTROPHS
4. WHAT ESSENTIAL CARBOHYDRATE IS MADE DURING PHOTOSYNTHESIS? A. GLUCOSE B. GLYCOGEN C. STARCH
5. WHAT IS MOLECULE C6 H12 O6? A. WATER B. GLUCOSE C. STARCH
6. WHAT IS STORING ENERGY CALLED? A. CATABOLIC B. ANABOLIC C. METABOLIC
7. WHAT IS RELEASING ENERGY CALLED? A. ANABOLIC B. CATABOLIC C. METABOLIC
8. PHOTOSYNTHESIS STORES ENERGY FROM THE SUN INTO THE BONDS OF GLUCOSE. WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING BEST DESCRIBES THE METABOLISM USED? A. ANABOLIC B. CATABOLIC
9. CELL RESPIRATION BREAKS CHEMICAL BONDS IN GLUCOSE TO RELEASE THE POTENTIAL ENERGY SO IT CAN BE USED BY CELLS. THIS WOULD BE AN EXAMPLE OF _________. A. ANABOLIC B. CATABOLIC
10. THIS ORGANELLE IS WHERE PHOTOSYNTHESIS OCCURS IN PLANTS, IT IS THE ____________. A. CHLOROPLAST B. MITOCHONDRIA C. NUCLEUS
11. THIS ORGANELLE IS CALLED THE POWERHOUSE BECAUSE IT BREAKS GLUCOSE AND MAKES ATP. IT IS THE ____________. A. CHLOROPLAST B. MITOCHONDRIA C. NUCLEUS
12. WHAT DOES THE NUCLEUS, CHLOROPLAST, AND MITOCHONDRIA ALL HAVE IN COMMON? A. ALL HAVE A CELL WALL B. ALL HAVE DNA C. ALL HAVE CYTOPLASM
13. PLANTS HAVE THESE TWO ORGANELLES TO CREATE FOOD AND TO CONVERT FOOD INTO ATP? A. CHLOROPLAST AND CELL WALL B. CHLOROPLAST AND NUCLEUC C. CHLOROPLAST AND MITOCHONDRIA
14. ANIMALS HAVE THIS ORGANELLE TO CONVERT FOOD INTO ATP? A. CHLOROPLAST B. MITOCHONDRIA C. NUCLEUS
15. ______ IS A NUCLEIC ACID AND PROVIDES ENERGY AND RELEASES HEAT TO THE CELL. A. CHLOROPLAST B. ATP C. MITOCHONDRIA
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