How many quanta of light are needed to reduce one

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56.  How many quanta of light are needed to reduce one molecule of carbon dioxide to  carbohydrate during photosynthesis?     Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.12 Topic: Microbial Metabolism     True / False Questions   57.  All prokaryotic photosynthesizers are anoxygenic.   FALSE   Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.12 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   10-25
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Chapter 10 - Test Bank: Catabolism Energy Release and Conservation 58. Photosynthetic organisms serve as the base for most food chains in the biosphere.  TRUE   Bloom's Level: Remember Section 10.12 Topic: Microbial Metabolism   10-26
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Chapter 10 - Test Bank: Catabolism Energy Release and Conservation 59.  All eukaryotic photosynthesizers are oxygenic.   TRUE   Bloom's Level: Understand Section 10.12 Topic: Microbial Metabolism     Multiple Choice Questions  
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