The Biology 2.2 Photosynthesis Quiz
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In which process do green plants produce their own food?
What is the equation for photosynthesis?
Glucose + Oxygen ---> Energy + Carbon Dioxide + Water
Carbon Dioxide + Water ---> Glucose + Oxygen
Glucose ---> Lactic Acid (+Energy)
Glucose ---> Ethanol + Carbon Dioxide (+Energy)
The energy needed for photosynthesis is trapped for the plant by what?
Most of the Carbon Dioxide that the plant uses during photosynthesis is absorbed from the air, what other source of Carbon Dioxide is there?
Respiration in the plant
Osmosis in the plant
From the soil
The diagram shows some plants in a greenhouse, what factor may limit the rate of photosynthesis?
Carbon Dioxide concentration
Amount of soil for the plants
Through which part do mineral salts get into the plant?
Root Hair Cells
Bundle Sheath Cells
Why is water important in the process of the plant getting mineral salts through the Root Hair Cells?
The minerals have a ''Key and Lock'' system with the Root Hair Cells.
The minerals are dissolved in the water, which transports salts throughout the plant.
The minerals need to be dispersed.
The minerals need to mix with the water, allowing the plant to digest them.
In the plant, what are Nitrates used for in the seedling?
To produce proteins and amino acids.
To help the plants grow.
To strengthen the cell's stem.
To increase the grow the the plant.
If growers are planning to produce the most profit possible from growing lettuce, what do they need to consider before choosing the growing conditions?
Cost of providing the conditions.
The amount of lettuce growing companies.
The temperature outside the greenhouse.
The amount of people who eat the lettuce.
What environmental factor, other than the light intensity and Carbon Dioxide concentration, can limit the rate of photosynthesis?
Density of planting
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