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Energy is used in active transport but not during facilitated diffusion...
a) true b) false c) d)
Active transport...
a) uses energy to pump materials across a membrane from low to high b) uses energy to pump materials across a membrane from high to low c) d)
Active transport DOES NOT require energy
a) false b) true c) d)
Endocytosis...
a) takes material into the cell using a vesicle. b) takes material out of the cell using a vesicle c) d)
Exocytosis...
a) takes material out of a cell using a vesicle. b) takes material into a cell using a vesicle c) d)
A hypertonic cell...
a) May shrink because water is leaving the cell. b) May burst because water is coming inside of the cell. c) Will remain the same because equal water is leaving and entering the cell. d)
A hypotonic cell...
a) May burst because water is coming inside of the cell. b) May shrink because water is leaving the cell. c) Will remain the same because equal water is leaving and entering the cell. d)
Hypertonic...
a) Water has a higher concentrations of solutes. b) Water has a lower concentration of solutes. c) Water has the same concentration of solutes. d)
Isotonic...
a) Water has the same concentration of solutes. b) Water has a higher concentrations of solutes. c) Water has a lower concentration of solutes. d)
Hypotonic...
a) Water has a lower concentration of solutes. b) Water has a higher concentrations of solutes. c) Water has the same concentration of solutes. d)
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