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_____________ is the process where smaller molecules combined to larger ones
a) Anabolism
b) Symbolism
c) Metabolism
d) Catabolism

______________ is the process where larger molecules are combined to smaller ones
a) Catabolism
b) Symbolism
c) Metabolism
d) Anabolism

The liquid surrounding and providing cells with what they need to live is
a) Extracellular fluid
b) Anabolic Fluid
c) Seminal Fluid
d) Matrix

The substance providing support to connective tissues is
a) Matrix
b) Matrix
c) Seminal Fluid
d) Anabolic Fluid

The term describing maintenance of the ECF concentration is
a) Homeostasis
b) Hydroscopic
c) Equilibrium
d) Homozygous

The process of moving molecules from higher concentration to a lower concentration
a) Diffusion
b) Passive Transport
c) Active Transport
d) Osmosis

A solvent (water) moves across the membrane to equalize the concentration
a) Osmosis
b) Passive Transport
c) Active Transport
d) Diffusion

Using energy to put molecules into a higher concentration
a) Active Transport
b) Diffusion
c) Osmosis
d) Passive Transport

Cell membrane wraps around a molecule which is too large to diffuse
a) Endocytosis
b) Exocytosis
c) Active Transport
d) Passive Transport

A membrane bound-sac containing a molecule (protein) combines with the cell membrane and releases the molecule
a) Exocytosis
b) Endocytosis
c) Active Transport
d) Passive Transport

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