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The diffusion of water through the cell membrane is known as
a) Mitosis b) Osmosis c) Respiration d) Meosis
The movement of particles from a low area to a high area
a) Mitosis b) Red blood cells c) Diffusion d) Meosis
The diffusion of particles through proteins from a high area of concentration to a low area is known as
a) passive transport b) Exocytosis c) Endocytosis d) active transport
The movement of particles through proteins from a low to high area oc concentration that uses ATP is known as
a) Passive transport b) exocytosis c) endocytosis d) active transport
What is endocytosis?
a) When the cell membrance surrounds the particle and encloses it in a vesicle b) Cellular respiration c) Photosynthesis d) When the cell membrane removes particles
When light energy is changed into plant energy it is known as
a) photosynthesis b) exocytosis c) cellular respiration d) fermentation
The life cycle of a cell is known as the
a) Mitosis b) Meosis c) Cell Cycle d) Chromosomes
Cellular respiration means
a) That the cells are breathing b) That the cells are fermenting c) That the cells are undergoing photosynthesis d) Energy
During exocytosis
a) The cell releases a particle b) The cell takes in a particle c) The cell undergoes mitosis d) The cell meets winnie the pooh on the magic school bus
If a cell takes in to much water it will....
a) Have a great day b) Eat potato chips c) Burst d) Take some honey from Winnie the Pooh
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