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Unformatted text preview: D) proton pumping across a membrane to create electrochemical potential. E) use of iron-sulfur proteins. 2 12. In the photolytic cleavage of water by the oxygen-evolving complex [2H O 6 4 H + 4e + O 2 ], how + – many photons of light at a wavelength of 680 nm are required? A) 1 B) 2 C) 4 D) 6 E) 8 13. Cyclic electron flow in chloroplasts produces: 2 A) ATP and O 2 , but not NADPH. B) ATP, but not NADPH or O 2 . C) NADPH and ATP and O . D) NADPH, but not ATP or O 2 . E) O 2 , but not ATP or NADPH. 14. Non-cyclic electron flow in chloroplast produces: 2 A) ATP and O 2 , but not NADPH. B) ATP, but not NADPH or O 2 . C) NADPH and ATP and O . D) NADPH, but not ATP or O 2 . E) O 2 , but not ATP or NADPH. 15. What is the first product of carbon dioxide assimilation Stage 2? A) 3-phosphoglycerate. B) glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate. C) ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate D) hexoses. E) Fructose-6-phosphate. 16. Cellulose contains the glycosidic linkage: A) " 1-4. B. " 1-2. C " 1-3. D. $ 1-4. E $ 1-6. 17. The process of photosynthetic carbon reduction is also called: A) photorespiration. B) the Glycolate Pathway. C) Pentose Phosphate Pathway. D) Calvin Cycle. E) Light - Dark Cycle. 18. Starch and sucrose are similar in that each is: A) synthesized in leaf cells. B) composed entirely of glucose. C) synthesized in the cytoplasm. D) hydrolysed by amylases. E) hydrolysed by peptidases. 19. ATP synthesized in the choloroplast gets into the cytoplasm as: A) sucrose. B) ATP. C. triose-phosphates. D. inorganic phosphate. E) glucose. 20. Photorespiration occurs in plants when: 2 2 A) ATP is needed. B) rubisco uses O instead of CO . C) the Calvin cycles is turned off. D) there is no sunlight. E) fatty acids are used as the electron donor. 21. Plants can synthesize glucose from fatty acids because: A) gluconeogenesis occurs in the mitochondria. B) acetyl-SCoA can be converted to pyruvate. C) fatty acid oxidation occurs in glyoxysomes. D) glycerol is oxidized to a gluconeogenic intermediate. 22. In plants, which of the following occurs in the dark: A) starch synthesis. B) carbon dioxide fixation. C) photosynthesis. D) glycolysis....
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