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If the concentration of a sugar solution is lower outside the cell than inside the cell, which of the following will happen by osmosis?
a) Sugar will move into the cell b) Water will move into the cell c) Water will move out of the cell d) Sugar will move out of the cell
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of facilitated diffusion?
a) It requires a carrier protein b) It moves substances against a concentration gradient c) It requires no energy input d) It involves a change in shape of the carrier protein
Which of the following does NOT expend energy?
a) Sodium potassium pump b) endocytosis c) phagocytosis d) osmosis
Placing a cell into a hypertonic enviroment will cause the cell to
a) Shrink b) Grow c) Move water into the cell d) No change
A structure that can move excess water out of a unicellular organism is a
a) Carrier protein b) Contractile vacuole c) Ion channel d) Cell membrane pump
When a red bloood cell is placed in a hypotonic environment, it will
a) Take in water and burst b) Undergo plasmolysis c) Be at equilibrium d) Experience a decrease in turgor pressure
In a hypotonic solution, the concentration of solutes outside of the cell is lower than the
a) Concentration of solutes inside the cell b) Concentration of osmosis in the membrane c) Concentration of solutes outside of the cell d) Concentration of diffusion in the membrane
The bursting of cells is called
a) Plasmolysis b) Phagocytosis c) Cytolysis d) Pinocytosis
Molecules that are too large to be moved through the cell membrane can be transported into the cell by
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) Endocytosis d) Exocytosis
White blood cells engulf, digest, and destroy bacteria using
a) Facilitated diffusion b) Pnocytosis c) Phagocytosis d) Exocytosis
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