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Which molecule supplies the energy for cellular functions? ATP
Which of the following gases do plants use in photosynthesis? Carbon Dioxide
Which of the following is broken down into the body to release energy? Sugar
Which of the following is produced when sugar is digested in an animal cell? Carbon Dioxide
During photosynthesis in plants, what is the source of the carbon in the sugar molecule (c6h12o6)? Carbon dioxide in the air
Which of the following processes allows the cells of an organism to use carbon form the environment? Photosynthesis
Which molecule in plant cells first captures the radiant energy from sunlight? Chlorophyll
In aerobic respiration, the Krebs cycle (citric acid cycle) takes place in Mitochondria
Which of these statements is best illustrated by the diagram? Plants can take in carbon dioxide air or water
From Earth's atmosphere, carbon dioxide is used by plants, algae, and cyanobacteria during the process of Photosynthesis
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