1. What three things do plants need for the process of photosynthesis?
a. Sunlight, oxygen, and sugar
b. Water, soil, and oxygen
c. Sunlight, carbon dioxide, and water
d. Carbon dioxide, oxygen, and soil
e. Sunlight, soil, and water
2. If plants breathe in carbon dioxide, what do they breathe out?
c. Carbon monoxide
3. What is the compound that plants use to absorb the energy from light?
a. Carbon Dioxide
4. What color is chlorophyll?
5. What is the name of the chemical where the energy is stored during the first phase of photosynthesis?
b. Carbon dioxide
6. What is the Calvin Cycle?
a. The second phase of photosynthesis
b. Where energy from sunlight is stored in ATP
c. Another name for the water cycle
d. All of the above
e. None of the Above
7. True or False: All plants need the same amount of sun to make enough food to be healthy.
8. What are the structures inside plant cells that contain chlorophyll called?
9. True or False: Sunlight is not needed during the Calvin Cycle phase of photosynthesis.
10. True or False: Photosynthesis is responsible for the world's oxygen supply which is needed for animals to survive.
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