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Diffusion, osmosis, facilitated diffusion
Passive
Endocytosis, exocytosis
Active
When equal amounts of solute is dissolved in both inside and outside the cell
Isotonic solution
Solutoin that was more solute outside the cell
Hypertonic solution
Solution that has a lower amounnt of solute outside the cell than inside the cell
Hypotonic solution
"Sqeeze and squirt
Condrtractile vauoule
What kind of cells have turgopressure?
Plants cells. Turgopressure is water pressure in a plant cell. Lack of this will make the plant wilt
When the cell burst open
Cytolysis
When the cell wilts
Plasmolysis
When a PROTEIN molecule helps other things to pass through the cell membrane
Carrier transport
Protein molecule helps something to diffuse
Facilitated diffusion
Something coming into the inside of the cell(active)
Endocytosis
Cell drinking
Pinocytosis
Cell eating
Phagocytosis
When things (wastes, etc.) are pushed out of a cell
Exocytosis
Cells must maintain what to survive?
Homeostasis
Homeostasis is done by controlling what passes through the cell membrane. THis is called being
selectivley permeable
Process by which any molecules of any substance moves from high to low concetrationans
Diffusion
The diffusion of water molecules across a cell membrane
Osmosis
Is osmosis passive?
Yes
Equal amounts of dissolved solvent bothe inside and outside the cell
Isotonic