Cell Processes Question Preview (ID: 22168)

Photosynthesis, Respiration And Cell Transport.

The movement of particles from high concentration to low concentration is
a) active transport
b) diffusion
c) endocytosis
d) exocytosis

Moving particles into a cell against diffusion requires energy. This is called
a) active transport
b) facilitated diffusion
c) passive transport
d) endocytosis

Breaking down glucose without using oxygen is called
a) aerobic respiration
b) photosynthesis
c) active transport
d) fermentation

Which type of fermentation is used in bread making?
a) respiration
b) lactic acid
c) alcoholic
d) aerobic

Which substances are produced during aerobic cellular respiration
a) glucose and oxygen
b) carbon dioxide and glucose
c) water and glucose
d) carbon dioxide and water

Aerobic cellular respiration takes place in the
a) mitochondria
b) cytoplasm
c) chloroplasts
d) chlorophyll

A plant cell placed in 100% water will
a) shrivel
b) not change
c) gain turgor pressure
d) burst

Muscles burn following vigorous exercise because of
a) being tired
b) lactic acid in muscle cells
c) alcohol in muscle cells
d) carbon dioxide in muscle cells

The diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane is
a) active transport
b) endocytosis
c) respiration
d) osmosis

Large proteins leave the cell by
a) endocytosis
b) exocytosis
c) active transport
d) diffusion

The substance that absorbs solar energy in plant cells is
a) chlorophyll
b) glucose
c) carbon dioxide
d) water

Photosynthesis produces
a) carbon dioxide and water
b) oxygen and water
c) glucose and oxygen
d) water and glucose

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