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Package Title: Test Bank Course Title: Karp7e Chapter Number: 6 Question Type: Multiple Choice 1) The raw materials that the earliest forms of life on Earth used for nutrients were produced ______. a) artificially b) biotically c) abiotically d) supernaturally e) quickly Answer: c Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: LO 6.1 Detail how the choloroplast differs from the mitochondria in structure and function. Section Reference: Section 6.1 Chloroplast Structure and Function 2) Organisms that depend on an external source of organic compounds are called _________. Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: LO 6.1 Detail how the choloroplast differs from the mitochondria in structure and function. Section Reference: Section 6.1 Chloroplast Structure and Function 3) Why was the number of heterotrophs on primitive Earth likely to have initially been severely restricted?
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Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: LO 6.1 Detail how the choloroplast differs from the mitochondria in structure and function. Section Reference: Section 6.1 Chloroplast Structure and Function 4) Organisms that can survive on carbon dioxide as their principal carbon source are called ______. Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: LO 6.1 Detail how the choloroplast differs from the mitochondria in structure and function. Section Reference: Section 6.1 Chloroplast Structure and Function 5) Organisms that use the energy stored in inorganic molecules, like ammonia, hydrogen sulfide or nitrites, to convert carbon dioxide to organic molecules like carbohydrates and proteins are called _____. a) chemoautotrophs b) chemoheterotrophs c) photoautotrophs d) photoheterotrophs e) didliotrophs Answer: a Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: LO 6.1 Detail how the choloroplast differs from the mitochondria in structure and function. Section Reference: Section 6.1 Chloroplast Structure and Function
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6) Organisms that use the radiant energy of the sun to convert carbon dioxide to organic molecules like carbohydrates and proteins are called _____. Difficulty: Easy Learning Objective: LO 6.1 Detail how the choloroplast differs from the mitochondria in structure and function. Section Reference: Section 6.1 Chloroplast Structure and Function
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