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When a cube of sugar is placed into a beaker of water, the sugar molecules spread through the beaker by:
a) diffusion b) passive transport c) osmosis d) active tranport
Diffusion and osmosis are examples of:
a) active transport b) pinocytosis c) passive transport d) exocytosis
. Pinocytosis and phagocytosis are both examples of:
a) plasmolysis b) cytolysis c) exocytosis d) endocytosis
Molecules move in a straight line until they:
a) lose their energy b) go into solution c) hit something d) move across a membrane
The extent to which a plant cell will swell is limited by the:
a) cell membrane b) vacuole c) cell wall d) ribosome
The process by which packaged proteins pass out of a cell is called:
a) pinocytosis b) endocytosis c) phagocyosis d) exocytosis
Cells maintain homeostatis by:
a) manufacturing all molecules necessary of life b) dividing rapidly c) controlling and regulating what enters and exits the cell d) absorbing other cells
Which of the following substances passes through the cell membrane through the process of osmosis?
a) glucose b) protein c) water d) sodium
The pouch formed during endocytosis is called a:
a) gate b) contractile vacuole c) vesicle d) channel
Which of the following is an example of osmosis?
a) . the movement of ions from an area of greater concentration to one of lesser concentration b) the movement of ions from an area of lesser concentration of one of greater concentration c) the movement of water from an area of greater concentration to one of lesser concentration d) the movement of water from an area of lesser concentration to one of greater concentration
. Which of the following is the solvent in living cells?
a) glucose b) water c) ions d) contractile vacuoles
The loss of water from a cell can result in which of the following:
a) from turgor to cytolysis b) from turgor to plasmolyss c) from plasmolysis to cytolysis d) from plasmolysis to turgor
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