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Proteins that stick all the way through the membrane are called ________ and when they help with facilitated diffusion they are more specifically called_________
a) integral/receptor b) receptor/carrier c) carrier/integral d) integral/carrier
If a watermelon was place in a hypotonic solution it would do which of the following?
a) shrivel up like a raisin b) stay the same it has a thick skin c) swell up and burst d) make a tasty smoothie
What is plasmolysis?
a) cells shrinking because they are in hypotonic solution b) cells shrinking because they are in hypertonic solution c) cells swelling and bursting because they are in hypotonic solution d) cells swelling and bursting because they are in hypertonic solution
Active transport is different from passive transport because it _________________.
a) Uses energy in form of ATP made by ER b) Moves down the concentration gradient c) uses carrier proteins d) Uses energy known as ATP made by the mitochondria
Pinocytosis is a form of ______________ that also known as ____________________.
a) exocytosis/cell drinking b) active transport/cell drinking c) passive transport/ cell eating d) endocytosis/cell eating
When the concentration of solute is the same throughout a system it is said to be ___________ and the system is in ____________.
a) hypotonic/equilibrium b) isotonic/equilibrium c) hypertonic/maximum concentration d) isotonic/maximum concentration
Moving down the gradient means _________________ and occurs during _______________.
a) moving from an area of low to high concentraion / passive transport b) moving from an area of low to high concentraion / diffusion c) moving from an area of high to low concentraion / osmosis d) moving from an area of high to low concentraion / active transport
The substance that dissolves to make a solution is called the___________.
a) solute b) solvent c) diffuser d) concentrate
Which of the following is an example of phagocytosis?
a) nerve cells taking in small dissolved neurotransmitters b) white blood cells engulfing bacteria c) hormones leaving pitutitary cells via vesicles d) water leaving the cell via carrier proteins
The swelling and bursting of cells when they are placed in a __________solution is known as ___________.
a) hypertonic / plasmolysis b) hypotonic / plasmolysis c) hypertonic / cytolysis d) hypotonic / cytolysis
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