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19 Cards in this Set

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3 types of membrane?
selectively permeable
cell membrane is permeable to (examples) _____ and _____
amino acids, glucose
cell membrane is impermeable to (example) _____
osmotic pressure
pressure pushing the water
what's the osmotic pressure in equilibrium?
zero - equal movement in both directions
what's the osmotic pressure in isotonic?
equal on both sides of the membrane
is the water moving out or in when it's hypertonic?
what's it called when the cytoplasm is shrinking?
shrinking of the cytoplasm
what's it called when there's pressure of plant cell on the cell wall
turgor pressure
turgor pressure
pressure of plant cell on the cell wall
____ and ____ can pass right through the cell membrane because they dissolve in the ____
alcohols and lipids, lipid bilayer
____ cells contain many ____ for protein production
pancreas, ribosomes
levels of organiztaion: cells
specialized to perform a special task
levels of organiztaion: tissues
special group of cells
levels of organiztaion: organs
group of tissues working together
levels of organiztaion: organ systems
group of organs working together
cell specialization
cells throughout an organism can develop in different ways to perform different tasks
the levels or organization in a multicellular organism are individual _____, _____, _____, and _____
cells, tissues, organs, organ systems