General Science/Basic Science Plant Physiology Photosynthesis Sample Test,Sample questions

Question:
.Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy is called

1.Respiration

2.Transpiration

3.Photosynthesis

4.Guttation


Question:
.Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy is called

1.Respiration

2.Transpiration

3.Photosynthesis

4.Guttation


Question:
.In dark reaction these are required for the reduction of CO? to carbohydrates

1.ADP and NAD

2.ATP and NADP

3.ATP and NADPH?

4.All the above


Question:
.In dark reaction these are required for the reduction of CO? to carbohydrates

1.ADP and NAD

2.ATP and NADP

3.ATP and NADPH?

4.All the above


Question:
.Light generated energy during photosynthesis is

1.ADP

2.NADP

3.ATP

4.NADPH?


Question:
.Light generated energy during photosynthesis is

1.ADP

2.NADP

3.ATP

4.NADPH?


Question:
.The biochemical reaction associated with pigment excitation by light is known as

1.Phosphorescence

2.Photophorylation

3.Photochemical reaction

4.Photo oxidation


Question:
.The biochemical reaction associated with pigment excitation by light is known as

1.Phosphorescence

2.Photophorylation

3.Photochemical reaction

4.Photo oxidation


Question:
A burning splinter glows brightly in the presence

1.CO?

2.H?

3.Cl?

4.O?


Question:
A burning splinter glows brightly in the presence

1.CO?

2.H?

3.Cl?

4.O?


Question:
A cycle beginning and ending with Ribulose-di-phosphate is known as

1.Cyclic photophosphorylation

2.Non- cyclic photophosphorylation

3.Calvin cycle

4.Glycolysis


Question:
A cycle beginning and ending with Ribulose-di-phosphate is known as

1.Cyclic photophosphorylation

2.Non- cyclic photophosphorylation

3.Calvin cycle

4.Glycolysis


Question:
A molecule of CO? fixed and reduced up to reduction stage consumes

1.2 ATP and 1 NADP

2.2 ATP and 2 NADP

3.2 ATP and 2 NADPH?

4.3 ATP and 1 NADPH?


Question:
A molecule of CO? fixed and reduced up to reduction stage consumes

1.2 ATP and 1 NADP

2.2 ATP and 2 NADP

3.2 ATP and 2 NADPH?

4.3 ATP and 1 NADPH?


Question:
An essential component of chlorophyll molecule is

1.Iron

2.Magnanese

3.Magnesium

4.Copper


Question:
An essential component of chlorophyll molecule is

1.Iron

2.Magnanese

3.Magnesium

4.Copper


Question:
An organic molecule which can absorb the solar energy in the visible region is

1.Enzyme

2.protein

3.vitamin

4.pigment


Question:
An organic molecule which can absorb the solar energy in the visible region is

1.Enzyme

2.protein

3.vitamin

4.pigment


Question:
Biochemically Photosynthesis is defined as

1.Synthesis with the help of light

2.Reduction of CO? to carbohydrates with the help of ATP and NADPH?

3.Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy

4.Energy tranducing process


Question:
Biochemically Photosynthesis is defined as

1.Synthesis with the help of light

2.Reduction of CO? to carbohydrates with the help of ATP and NADPH?

3.Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy

4.Energy tranducing process


Question:
Chemical solution used to test for starch is

1.Potassium

2.Iodine

3.Chlorine

4.Potassium hydroxide


Question:
Chemical solution used to test for starch is

1.Potassium

2.Iodine

3.Chlorine

4.Potassium hydroxide


Question:
Chlorophyll are

1.Primary pigments

2.Accessory pigments

3.Bacteriochlorophylls

4.Carotenoids


Question:
Chlorophyll are

1.Primary pigments

2.Accessory pigments

3.Bacteriochlorophylls

4.Carotenoids


Question:
Chlorophyll of bacteria are called

1.Primary pigments

2.Accessory pigments

3.Xanthophylls

4.Bacteriochlorophylls


Question:
Chlorophyll of bacteria are called

1.Primary pigments

2.Accessory pigments

3.Xanthophylls

4.Bacteriochlorophylls


Question:
Dark reaction is also known as

1.Calvins cycle

2.Krebs cycle

3.TCA cycle

4.Citric acid cycle


Question:
Dark reaction is also known as

1.Calvins cycle

2.Krebs cycle

3.TCA cycle

4.Citric acid cycle


Question:
Directly linked pigments to photosynthetic electron transport are

1.Carotenoids

2.Xanthophylls

3.Phycobilins

4.Chlorophylls


Question:
Directly linked pigments to photosynthetic electron transport are

1.Carotenoids

2.Xanthophylls

3.Phycobilins

4.Chlorophylls


Question:
In some micro organisms the source of protons and electrons is

1.H?S

2.H?O

3.CO?

4.(CH?)n


Question:
In some micro organisms the source of protons and electrons is

1.H?S

2.H?O

3.CO?

4.(CH?)n


Question:
KOH absobs

1.O?

2.Cl?

3.CO?

4.H?


Question:
KOH absobs

1.O?

2.Cl?

3.CO?

4.H?


Question:
Light reactions involve

1.Pigments

2.Pigments and solar energy

3.Pigments solar energy and water

4.Pigments and water


Question:
Light reactions involve

1.Pigments

2.Pigments and solar energy

3.Pigments solar energy and water

4.Pigments and water


Question:
NADP stands forNicotin Adenine Dinucleotide PyruvateNitrate Amine Disaccharide PhosphateNicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide PhosphateNitryl Adenine Diphosphate23.

1.

2.


Question:
NADP stands forNicotin Adenine Dinucleotide PyruvateNitrate Amine Disaccharide PhosphateNicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide PhosphateNitryl Adenine Diphosphate23.

1.

2.


Question:
Number of ATP molecules consumed in the reduction stage of dark reaction is

1.One ATP

2.Two ATP

3.Three ATP

4.Four ATP


Question:
Number of ATP molecules consumed in the reduction stage of dark reaction is

1.One ATP

2.Two ATP

3.Three ATP

4.Four ATP


Question:
Number of reactions involved in Photosynthesis

1.One

2.Two

3.Three

4.Four


Question:
Number of reactions involved in Photosynthesis

1.One

2.Two

3.Three

4.Four


Question:
Number stages involved in the fixation of CO? in plants during photosynthesis is

1.2

2.3

3.4

4.9


Question:
Number stages involved in the fixation of CO? in plants during photosynthesis is

1.2

2.3

3.4

4.9


Question:
O? is not evolved in this

1.Oxygenic photosynthesis

2.Anoxygenic photosynthesis

3.Photosynthesis

4.Test tube-funnel experiment


Question:
O? is not evolved in this

1.Oxygenic photosynthesis

2.Anoxygenic photosynthesis

3.Photosynthesis

4.Test tube-funnel experiment


Question:
Oxygen is released during photosynthesis in

1.light reaction

2.Calvin cycle

3.non-cycle photophosphorylation

4.dark reaction


Question:
Oxygen is released during photosynthesis in

1.light reaction

2.Calvin cycle

3.non-cycle photophosphorylation

4.dark reaction


Question:
PGA molecules are converted to 13-bisphoglyceric acids in the presence of an enzyme

1.Carboxylase

2.Dehydrogenase

3.Kinase

4.Fumarase


Question:
PGA molecules are converted to 13-bisphoglyceric acids in the presence of an enzyme

1.Carboxylase

2.Dehydrogenase

3.Kinase

4.Fumarase


Question:
Phosphorylation is the synthesis of

1.NADP

2.ADP

3.FMN

4.ATP


Question:
Phosphorylation is the synthesis of

1.NADP

2.ADP

3.FMN

4.ATP


Question:
Photo oxidation (or photolysis) of water involves the participation of a protein complex called�

1.Fe-S complexes

2.Z complex

3.Electron transport components

4.Pectin complex


Question:
Photo oxidation (or photolysis) of water involves the participation of a protein complex called�

1.Fe-S complexes

2.Z complex

3.Electron transport components

4.Pectin complex


Question:
Photolysis means

1.Light reaction

2.Splitting of water molecules

3.Splitting of light

4.Photophosphorylation


Question:
Photolysis means

1.Light reaction

2.Splitting of water molecules

3.Splitting of light

4.Photophosphorylation


Question:
Photosynthesis pigments are involved in

1.Respiration

2.Transpiration

3.Photosynthesis

4.Guttation


Question:
Photosynthesis pigments are involved in

1.Respiration

2.Transpiration

3.Photosynthesis

4.Guttation


Question:
Photosynthesis pigments other than chlorophyll are called

1.Primary pigments

2.Accessory pigments

3.Carotenoids

4.Phycobilirs


Question:
Photosynthesis pigments other than chlorophyll are called

1.Primary pigments

2.Accessory pigments

3.Carotenoids

4.Phycobilirs


Question:
Reducing power of light reaction is

1.ADP

2.ATP

3.NAD

4.NADPH?


Question:
Reducing power of light reaction is

1.ADP

2.ATP

3.NAD

4.NADPH?


Question:
Test tube-funnel experiment is to show that

1.CO? is necessary for photosynthesis

2.O? is evolved during photosynthesis

3.Light is necessary for photosynthesis

4.Liberation of CO? during respiration


Question:
Test tube-funnel experiment is to show that

1.CO? is necessary for photosynthesis

2.O? is evolved during photosynthesis

3.Light is necessary for photosynthesis

4.Liberation of CO? during respiration


Question:
The acceptor molecule of CO? is a

1.3C compound

2.4C carbon compound

3.5C compound

4.6C carbon compound


Question:
The acceptor molecule of CO? is a

1.3C compound

2.4C carbon compound

3.5C compound

4.6C carbon compound


Question:
The byproduct evolved in oxygenic photosynthesis occurs in some

1.Higher organisms

2.Lower organisms

3.Micro organisms

4.Macro organisms


Question:
The byproduct evolved in oxygenic photosynthesis occurs in some

1.Higher organisms

2.Lower organisms

3.Micro organisms

4.Macro organisms


Question:
The electron flow water to NADP in photosynthesis is called

1.Cyclic electron transport

2.Cyclic photophosphorylation

3.Non- cyclic electron transport

4.Non- cyclic photophosphorylation


Question:
The electron flow water to NADP in photosynthesis is called

1.Cyclic electron transport

2.Cyclic photophosphorylation

3.Non- cyclic electron transport

4.Non- cyclic photophosphorylation


Question:
The excited electron to a photochemical reaction leads to the

1.Oxidation of the pigment

2.Reduction of the pigment

3.Fixation of the pigment

4.Regeneration of the pigment


Question:
The excited electron to a photochemical reaction leads to the

1.Oxidation of the pigment

2.Reduction of the pigment

3.Fixation of the pigment

4.Regeneration of the pigment


Question:
The most important and universal pigments are

1.Carotenoids

2.Xanthophylls

3.Chlorophylls

4.Phycobilins


Question:
The most important and universal pigments are

1.Carotenoids

2.Xanthophylls

3.Chlorophylls

4.Phycobilins


Question:
The photosynthetic pigments are located in the thylakoid membranes of

1.Protoplasts

2.Chloroplasts

3.Cytoplasts

4.Leucoplasts


Question:
The photosynthetic pigments are located in the thylakoid membranes of

1.Protoplasts

2.Chloroplasts

3.Cytoplasts

4.Leucoplasts


Question:
The pigments which are highly efficient in absorbing solar energy are

1.Chlorophylls

2.Carotenoids

3.Xanthophylls

4.Phycobilins


Question:
The pigments which are highly efficient in absorbing solar energy are

1.Chlorophylls

2.Carotenoids

3.Xanthophylls

4.Phycobilins


Question:
The process in which excess energy is lost by light waves is called

1.Flouorescence

2.Photophorylation

3.Photolysis

4.Photooxidation


Question:
The process in which excess energy is lost by light waves is called

1.Flouorescence

2.Photophorylation

3.Photolysis

4.Photooxidation


Question:
The process of splitting water molecules in the presence of light energy is called

1.Thermolysis

2.Hydrolysis

3.Photolysis

4.Electrolysis


Question:
The process of splitting water molecules in the presence of light energy is called

1.Thermolysis

2.Hydrolysis

3.Photolysis

4.Electrolysis


Question:
The protons and electrons required to reduce NADP? to NADPH? come from

1.H?S

2.H?O

3.CO?

4.(CH?O)n


Question:
The protons and electrons required to reduce NADP? to NADPH? come from

1.H?S

2.H?O

3.CO?

4.(CH?O)n


Question:
The raw material for photosynthesis are

1.Light energy

2.Light energy and CO?

3.Light energy CO? and H?O

4.Light energy CO? H?O and photosynthesis pigments


Question:
The raw material for photosynthesis are

1.Light energy

2.Light energy and CO?

3.Light energy CO? and H?O

4.Light energy CO? H?O and photosynthesis pigments


Question:
The solution used in the Mohls half leaf experiment is

1.Iodine

2.Potassium iodide

3.Potassium hydroxide

4.Potassium Chromate


Question:
The solution used in the Mohls half leaf experiment is

1.Iodine

2.Potassium iodide

3.Potassium hydroxide

4.Potassium Chromate


Question:
The term photosynthesis literally means

1.Synthesis with the help of light

2.Reduction of CO? to carbohydrates

3.Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy

4.Energy transducing process


Question:
The term photosynthesis literally means

1.Synthesis with the help of light

2.Reduction of CO? to carbohydrates

3.Conversion of solar energy to chemical energy

4.Energy transducing process


Question:
The tiny indivisible units that contain light energy are

1.photons

2.protons

3.quantum

4.electron


Question:
The tiny indivisible units that contain light energy are

1.photons

2.protons

3.quantum

4.electron


Question:
The universal chlorophylls pigment is

1.Chlorophyll a

2.Chlorophyll b

3.Chlorophyll c

4.Chlorophyll d


Question:
The universal chlorophylls pigment is

1.Chlorophyll a

2.Chlorophyll b

3.Chlorophyll c

4.Chlorophyll d


Question:
The unstable 6C compound is cleaved to form

1.2 moles PGA

2.2 moles RUBP

3.4 moles PGA

4.2 moles G3P


Question:
The unstable 6C compound is cleaved to form

1.2 moles PGA

2.2 moles RUBP

3.4 moles PGA

4.2 moles G3P


Question:
When water is used as the proton and electron source the byproduct evolved is

1.CO?

2.H?S

3.O?

4.H?O


Question:
When water is used as the proton and electron source the byproduct evolved is

1.CO?

2.H?S

3.O?

4.H?O


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