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sping 2006 exam 2 - NAME WEBCT ID EXAM#2 General Biology 2...

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NAME: ________________________________________ WEBCT ID: ________________________________________ EXAM #2 General Biology 2 Spring 2006 Test Form A Please fill out the left-hand side of the Scantron form with a #2 pencil BEFORE you begin the exam. Failure to correctly fill in the Scantron form will result in the loss of 5 points on the exam. Fill in the following areas of the Scantron form, both in writing AND by coloring in the bubbles: Social security number Or a believable random 9-digit number (i.e.—NOT 555-55- 5555 or 123-45-6789) JHED ID (WebCT ID) Your Name Test Form (see above) Please answer the multiple choice questions in Section 1 on the Scantron form in pencil. Please answer the fill-in-the- blank questions in Section 2 on the exam itself, in pen. Good luck! Page 1 of 12
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SECTION 1: MULTIPLE CHOICE Answer these questions on the Scantron form in pencil. (2 points per question; 76 points possible) CHAPTER 8. Photosynthesis 1. The “dark reactions” of photosynthesis a. Occur at night. b. Make ATP c. Involve the uptake of CO 2 and its reduction d. Evolve O 2 e. Take place within mitochondria 2. The “light reactions” of photosynthesis a. Produce ATP and NADPH b. Could in principle work in the dark c. Take place in mitochondria d. Take place in the envelope membranes of chloroplasts e. Do not require the action of chlorophyll 3. C4 plants a. Do not contain rubisco b. Fix CO 2 at night C. Have high rates of photorespiration d. Do not need to open their stomata for photosynthesis to occur e. Use more ATP per CO 2 fixed than C3 plants 4. CAM plants a. Breakdown starch during the day b. Make malate (malic acid) at night c. Have their stomates closed during the day d. Would be expected to have high rates of photorespiration e. b. and c 5. The energy needed for the synthesis of ATP in chloroplasts is derived a. directly from light b. directly from exergonic electron transport c. directly from the flow of protons down their electrochemical gradient d. from the metabolism of glucose e. from mitochondria Page 2 of 12
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Chapter 37. Plant Nutrition 6. The “big three” mineral elements required by plants are a. N, P, S b. N, P, Ca c. N, P, K d. N, K, S e. N, K, Ca 7. Nitrogen fixation a. can take place in free-living Rhizobia b. is inhibited by O 2 c. requires a strong reducing agent and ATP d. occurs only in plants e. b and c are correct 8. Which of the processes listed below does NOT involve the H + -ATPase? a. phloem loading b. transpiration c. opening of stomates d. soil acidification e. indirect active transport in plants 9. True or false. All of the nitrogen in your proteins and nucleic acids was at one time in a plant. a. true b. false Chapter 38. Regulation of Plant Growth 10. Plant hormones often have opposing effects on plant growth and development. Which of the hormone pairs listed below do you think would have opposing effects on
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course BIO 201 taught by Professor Masters during the Spring '08 term at Johns Hopkins.

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