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c_l_ d_v_s_o_
process in which one cell divides into two cells, each of which is identical to the original cell
f_r_e_t_t_o_
energy-releasing processes that does not require oxygen; less efficient than respiration
o_m_s_s
term given for the diffusion of water through a membrane
r_s_i_a_i_n
process in which simple food substances such as glucose are broken down and the energy they contained is released
a_t_t_o_h
organism that can produces its own food, primarily through photosynthesis
A_P
substance in which cells store energy
s_l_ c_i_e _e_m_a_l_
membrane that allows certian materials to pass through, but resritcts other materials from passing through
d_f_u_i_n
process by which substances move from a higher concentration of that substance to a lower concentration of that substance; primary method by which substances enter and leave the cell through the cell membrane
h_t_r_t_o_h
organism that cannot make its own food
s_o_a_a
openings in the lower surface of the epidermis in a green plant that allows gases to enter and leave the plant's cell
a_t_v_ t_a_s_o_t
process in which a cell uses energy to transport a substance into or out of the cell
p_o_o_y_t_e_i_
process by which organisms use energy from sunlight to make their own food