Important Questions on Photosynthesis in Higher Plants

These Important Questions on Photosynthesis in Higher Plants focuses on the anatomy of the photosynthetic hardware and the different responses that change light energy into chemical energy. Let us discuss about some important Photosynthesis in Higher Plants MCQs and Answers.

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1 Photorespiration involves oxidation of
(A) PGA
(B) RuBP
(C) Chlorophyll a
(D) Both a and b

Answer:RuBP
2 C3 and C4 plants differ with respect to
(A) Number of ATP molecules consumed
(B) First product
(C) The substrate which accepts carbon dioxide
(D) All

Answer: All
3 In Calvin cycle, 1 molecule of glucose is formed from
(A) 6CO2 + 30ATP + 12NADPH
(B) 6CO2 + 12ATP
(C) 6CO2 + 18ATP + 12NADPH
(D) 6CO2 + 18ATP + 30NADPH

Answer: 6CO2 + 18ATP + 12NADPH
4 Where does the light reaction takes place?
(A) Grana
(B) Stroma
(C) Cytoplasm
(D) Endoplasmic reticulum

Answer:Grana
5 Electrons from the excited chlorophyll molecules of PS-II are first accepted by
(A) Pheophytin
(B) Ferredoxin
(C) Cytochrome f
(D) Cytochrome b

Answer:Pheophytin
6 Non-cyclic photophosphorylation results in the production of
(A) NADH
(B) NADPH
(C) ATP
(D) ATP and NADPH

Answer: ATP and NADPH
7 DCMU inhibits
(A) PS-I
(B) PS-II
(C) Oxidative phosphorylation
(D) It destroys chloroplast

Answer: PS-II
8 Maximum photosynthesis occurs in
(A) Blue light
(B) Red light
(C) White light
(D) Green light

Answer:Red light
9 The first acceptor of CO2 in C4 plants is
(A) Aspartic acid
(B) Malic acid
(C) Oxaloacetic acid
(D) Phosphoenolpyruvate

Answer: Phosphoenolpyruvate
10 The first product of C4 pathway is
(A) PGA
(B) DHAP
(C) Oxaloacetate
(D) Phosphoenolpyruvate

Answer: Oxaloacetate

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