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What does a cell do when it gets too big?
a) Quits working b) Makes a copy of itself and divides c) Performs its jobs faster d) Releases all of its organelles
How does the surface area affect the cell?
a) It determines how much can go in or out of the cell b) It tells what kind of a cell it is c) It will determine if it is an animal or a plant cell d) It shows how long the cell will live
What happens when the concentration of water is higher in the cell than outside the cell?
a) It will not do anything b) Water from the outside will move into the cell c) The cell will release some water out of it to balance it d) Another cell will absorb extra water
What are the majority of cells on Earth?
a) Bacteria b) Amoeba c) Paramecium d) Animal
What is exocytosis?
a) Your cell using energy to bring large particles in b) Water moving across the cell membrane c) Your cell using energy to get rid of large particles d) Your cell making glucose
What are 2 examples of passive transport
a) Iguana getting rid of salt and kidney function b) Osmosis and diffusion c) Endocytosis and exocytosis d) Osmosis and kidney function
What is endocytosis?
a) Your cell using energy to bring large materials into the cell b) Your cell getting rid of large materials c) Water moving across a membrane d) Your cell making energy
What is an example of active transport?
a) Osmosis b) Diffusion c) The smell of shampoo at the store d) Iguana getting rid of salt
What organelle dictates what can come into or leave the cell?
a) Cell Membrane b) Ribosome c) Mitochondria d) Nucleus
Why is diffusion important?
a) It creates energy for the cell b) It carries out important cell functions c) It controls the growth, development and repair d) It makes proteins
What is the difference between active and passive transport?
a) Active uses energy and passive does not b) Active makes products and passive does not c) Passive uses energy and active does not d) Passive moves things in your cell and active moves them out
What is diffusion?
a) Process of things spreading from high to low concenrtration b) Process of things spreading from low to high concentration c) Movement of water through a membrane d) Movement of organelles through a membrane
What is the definition for osmosis?
a) Process of things spreading from high to low concenrtration b) Process of things spreading from low to high concentration c) Movement of water through a membrane d) Movement of organelles through a membrane
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