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A solution that contains an equal concentration of solute and solvent is called ____________.
a) isotonic b) hypertonic c) hypotonic d) exotonic
A solution that contains a lower concentration of solutes is called _______________.
a) isotonic b) hypertonic c) hypotonic d) exotonic
If there is more solute in a solution then there must be _______ solvent in the solution
a) equal b) less c) more d) no
Water is a ________.
a) solute b) gradient c) solvent d) cell
oxygen, carbon dioxide, glucose, and water can enter and leave your cells through a process that doesn't require any energy. This process is called _________ transport.
a) equal b) impermeable c) active d) passive
Salt and sugar are types of ________.
a) solutes b) solvents c) cells d) forces
A solution that contains a higher concentration of solutes is called ________________.
a) isotonic b) hypertonic c) hypotonic d) exotonic
Concentration means __________________.
a) the balancing of molecules b) the amount of particles in an area c) the gelatin-like substance inside cells d) the flow of oxygen
Jonathan has learned that salt and other nutrients can travel into and out of a cell. Which process allows salt to travel into a cell?
a) reproduction b) diffusion c) collection d) migration
When a membrane allows some things to get through but not others, it is called ________________.
a) semi-permeable or selectively permeable b) impermeable or unpermeable c) permeable d) rigid
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