anonymous
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The carbon used in photosynthesis comes from: A. coal B. plant tissue C. carbon dioxide D. water
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anonymous
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Uranus he he he he
anonymous
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?
anonymous
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carbon comes from Uranus; what? Also carbon dioxide.

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anonymous
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so C is my answer?
anonymous
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It can carbon in the name it starts with C. All signs point to YES
anonymous
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It's probably C
anonymous
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What is ATP? A. An energy-storing compound B. An organelle involved in the storage of food in plants C. A series of reactions in which glucose is broken down D. The primary pigment in green plants Is my answer C?
anonymous
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(a)
anonymous
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ATP is adenosine triphosphate which is made in the mitochondria of animals(not sure about plants)
anonymous
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mitochondria in plants too
anonymous
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(c) would be glycolysis
anonymous
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but my answer for it is A right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
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Plants capture energy from A. the atmosphere. B. sunlight. C. carbon dioxide. D. the mitochondria. my answer would be sunlight right?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes
anonymous
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Why is Uranus not one of the choices? All energy comes from there
anonymous
  • anonymous
Stop being rude @cblrtopas
anonymous
  • anonymous
Light is necessary for the __________ . A. Calvin cycle to proceed. B. light-independent reactions to occur. C. light-dependant reactions to occur. D. None of the above
anonymous
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is my answer A
anonymous
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I'm not sure
anonymous
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It's not a though
anonymous
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It's c
anonymous
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how about this one: During the light-independent reactions of photosynthesis energy from ATP and NADPH are converted into A. proteins. B. carbohydrates (simple sugars). C. PGA molecules. D. lipids.
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