Life Processes Worksheet-22

Life Processes Worksheet-22

 

Fill in the blanks:

  1. ____are minute openings on leaf surface bordered by guard cells.

 

  1. ______ and _____ are the main raw materials for photosynthesis.

 

  1. During photosynthesis _____ serves as the source of hydrogen required for the reduction of carbondioxide.

 

  1. Chlorophyll on absorption of light gets excited and emits _____.

 

  1. ______ is the site of photosynthesis in green plants.

 

  1. Chloroplast consists of folded membranes known as _______.

 

  1. When stacked at a particular point thyllakoids forms dense structures called _____.

 

  1. In chloroplast, the inner cavity is filled with jelly like substances known as _____.

 

  1. The light dependent phase of photosynthesis is ______.

 

  1. ______ of chloroplast contains chlorophyll.

 

  1. The process by which water splits into hydrogen and oxygen by using absorbed light energy is known as ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­_____.

 

  1. During light phase, the energy of chlorophyll molecule is stored in the form of chemical molecules ______ and ______.

 

  1. Full form of ATP is _______.

 

  1. Dark reaction is also known as _____ cycle.

 

  1. End product of calvin cycle is _____ which is produced due to reduction of carbon dioxide.

 

  1. The dark reaction occurs in the _____ of chloroplast.

 

  1. Oxygen produced during photosynthesis is evolved from splitting of _____.

 

  1. After photosynthesis glucose is converted to ______ for storage.

 

  1. Oxygen produced in photosynthesis is used in respiration by plants and this process is known as______.

 

  1. Energy rich molecules generated during light phase are known as ____ power.

 

  1. Gaseous exchange during photosynthesis occurs through the minute pores called as _____ present in the leaves.

 

  1. Energy needed for glucose formation during dark phase is obtained from ______ and ______.

 

Answer:

  1. Stomata

  2. Carbondioxide, water

  3. Water

  4. Electrons

  5. Chloroplast

  6. Thyllakoids

  7. Grana

  8. Stroma

  9. light reaction

  10. Thylakoid

  11. Photolysis

  12. ATP,NADPH

  13. Adenosine Triphosphate

  14. calvin cycle

  15. glucose

  16. stroma

  17. water

  18. starch

  19. photorespiration

  20. assimilatory

  21. stomata

  22. ATP, NADPH