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Living Environment Regents August 2008 Question 41 PDF Print E-mail
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image041Correct Answer – Option 1 – producing glucose

Plants use carbon dioxide and sun light, to break nutrients into simple sugars such as glucose for and in the process generate oxygen. The observation of bubbles of oxygen in the tube shows the production of glucose. Hence, option 1 is correct.

Plants do not make protein. Hence, option 2 is incorrect.

Plants do not release energy from water. Hence, option 3 is incorrect.

Active transport does not lead to the production of oxygen. Hence, option 4 is incorrect.


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