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Concentration of solute molecules is lower outside the cell. Water will go into the cell
a) Isotonic b) Hypotonic c) Hypertonic d) Homeostasis
When the concentration of solute molecules is higher outside the cell. Water will move out of the cell.
a) Isotonic b) Hypotonic c) Hypertonic d) Homeostasis
The movement of molecues from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
a) Osmosis b) Diffusion c) Isotonic d) Solution
The stable internal condition of a living thing is called
a) Homeostasis b) Hypertonic c) Hypotonic d) Osmosis
Concentration of solute molecules outside the cell is equal to that inside the cell
a) Isotonic b) Hypotonic c) Hypertonic d) Homestasis
Diffusion of water across a semi-permeable membrane from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) Hypotonic d) Hypertonic
The substance being dissolved in a solution
a) Solute b) Solvent c) Diffusion d) Solution
The substance in which a solute is being dissolved
a) Solute b) Solvent c) Diffusion d) Solution
A mixture in which one or more substances are uniformily dissolved in another substance
a) Solute b) Solvent c) Diffusion d) Solution
As molecules diffuse, they create this, which is a difference in concentrations across space
a) Diffusion b) Osmosis c) semi-permeable d) concentration gradient
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