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Which of the following is the movement of WATER through a selectively permeable membrane?
a) Osmosis
b) Diffusion
c) Active transport
d) Endocytosis

Which of the following would use energy to transport molecules across the membrane?
a) Facilitated Diffusion
b) Osmosis
c) Simple Diffusion
d) Sodium-potassium Pump

Which of the following uses a vesicle to transport substances INTO the cell
a) Exocytosis
b) Osmosis
c) Simple Diffusion
d) Endocytosis

Which cell organelle regulates the transport of molecules into and out of the cell
a) Cell membrane
b) Cell wall
c) Mitochondria
d) Cytoplasm

In passive transport, substances move:
a) From low to high concentration
b) Up the concentration gradient
c) With the use of energy
d) From high to low concentration

Active transport requires the use of:
a) Water
b) Oxygen
c) Energy
d) Sunlight

Exocytosis moves substances:
a) Into the cell
b) Out of the cell
c) From high to low concentration
d) Without the use of energy

Facilitated diffusion move substances across the membrane with the aid of:
a) Vesicles
b) Nothing
c) Cholesterol
d) Membrane proteins

Which of the following types of transport is involved in nerve signaling?
a) Diffusion
b) Osmosis
c) Sodium-potassium pump
d) Endocytosis

An example of facilitated diffusion would be:
a) Oxygen moving into the blood cells
b) Glucose using a carrier protein to move into the cell
c) Water moving through an aquaporin channel
d) Proteins moving by vesicle into the cell

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