Oriole Beach Elementary
Fifth Grade Science
What is the process by which plants make food?
A: cellular respiration B: chloroplasts
C: photosynthesis D: pollination
What is the pigment found in the leaf’s chloroplasts?
A: Palisade pigment B: stomata
C: Green pigment D: Chlorophyll
In what part of the leaf does most photosynthesis
A: palisade layer B: epidermis
C: stomata D: guard cells
How does water enter the plant?
A: through the guard B: through the stomata
C: through the roots D: through the leaves
What kind of energy is needed to
A: electrical B: light
C: mechanical D: chemical
What gas is produced during photosynthesis?
A: oxygen B: carbon dioxide
C: nitrogen D: helium
What is produced when H2O, CO2
and sunlight combine in the presence of chlorophyll?
A: nitrogen B: glucose
C: more chlorophyll D: hydrogen
A plant needs what gas to perform
A: oxygen B: hydrogen
C: carbon dioxide D: helium
How do plants take in carbon dioxide?
A: through the stomata B: through the stem
C: through the roots D: through the palisade
Plants store some glucose as ________.
A: fat B: starch
C: leaves D: roots
Most living things could not survive without
A: sunlight B: carbon dioxide
C: oxygen D: nitrogen
How do plants release energy for growth,
repair, and reproduction?
A: cellular respiration B: photosynthesis
C: conservation D: carbon dioxide cycle
Both plants and animals perform what life process?
A: breathing B: sleeping
C: photosynthesis D: cellular respiration
A plant uses how much of its produced food?
A: very little B: 50 %
C: 90% D: almost 100%
All food energy can be traced back to _______.
A: the nine planets B: the sun
C: the soil D: the ocean
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