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Facilitated diffusion
a) does require energy b) does not require energy c) d)
Which of the situations is having equal concentrations inside and outside the cell?
a) hypertonic in, hypotonic out b) hypotonic in, hypertonic out c) isotonic in, isotonic out d)
Facilitated diffusion requires the use of
a) protein channels b) protein pumps c) communication proteins d)
When equilibrium is reached and the inside of the cell is isotonic compared to the outside, the water
a) stops moving b) keeps moving in and out but doesn't change the size of the cell c) only moves into the cell d)
This means having a lower concentration than the solution on the other side of a membrane
a) Hypertonic b) Hypotonic c) Isotonic d)
This means having a higher concentration than the solution on the other side of a membrane
a) Hypertonic b) Hypotonic c) Isotonic d)
This requires energy to happen
a) Moving water across a membrane b) Moving solute molecules from high to low across a cell membrane c) Moving solute molecules from low to high across a cell membrane d)
Active transport
a) requires energy and protein pumps b) requires energy and protein channels c) requires no energy and protein pumps d) requires no energy and protein channels
If a cell is placed in pure water
a) the cell is hypotonic compared to the water, which is hypertonic b) the cell is hypertonic compared to the water, which is hypotonic c) they are isotonic to each other d)
If a cell is placed in salt or sugar water
a) the cell is hypotonic compared to the water, which is hypertonic b) the cell is hypertonic compared to the water, which is hypotonic c) they are isotonic to each other d)
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