Which of the following is the characteristic of PS-I?

(1) It is activate only upto 680 nm of light.

(2) The reaction centre of PS-I is P680

(3) PS-I is reduced by the electrons released in photolysis of water.

(4) PS-I is involved in non-cyclic photophosphorylation.

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Cyclic photophosphorylation invloves

(1) PS I

(2) PS II

(3) PS I and PS II

(4) P680

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The first stable product of Clavin cycle is 

(1) 3-phosphoglycerate

(2) 1, 3 biphosphoglycerate

(3) glyceraldehyde - 3 phosphate

(4) ribulose - 5- phosphate

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PS-II occurs only in

(1) stroma

(2) granal thylakoids

(3) stromal lamella

(4) matrix

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Which of the following statements is correct?

(1) Photorespiration is useful process.

(2) C4 plants are more efficient than C3 plants.

(3) C4 plants are less efficient than C3 plants.

(4) Photorespiration is absent in C3 plants but present in C4 plants. 

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Photorespiration shows formation of 

(1) sugar but not ATP

(2) ATP but not sugar

(3) both ATP and sugar

(4) neither ATP nor sugar.

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Which of the following is correctly labelled for the given figure?

(1) A : PS II; B : PS I; C : e- acceptor; D : LHC

(2) A : LHC; B : e- acceptor; C : PS I; D : PS II

(3) A : PS I; B : PS II; C : e- acceptor; D : LHC

(4) A : e- acceptor; B : LHC; C : PS II; D : PS I

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Kranz anatomy is usually associated with 

(1) C3 plants

(2) C4 plants

(3) CAM plants

(4) C3-C4 intermediate plants.

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C4 plants have better productivity because 

(1) C4 plants absorb more light

(2) C4 plants absorb more CO2

(3) C4 plants does not carry photorespiration

(4) C4 plants have more amount of RuBisCO.

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The first carbon dioxide fixation product of C4 plant is 

(1) Oxaloacetic acid

(2) ribulose biphosphate

(3) phosphoenol pyruvate

(4) phosphoglyceric acid.

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