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what is the cell theory?
it is: all organisms are made up of one or more cells.
Iodine tests for mono or poly saccharides?
polysaccharides (which are in starch)
Benedicts is the indicator for monosaccarides or polysaccharides?
monosaccarides.
cytology is the...
study of cells.
prokaryotic cells do not have...
nucleus or membrane organelles (excpept ribosomes.
Unicellular cells are...
Prokaryotic.
3 things that are different that prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic do not have are...
cell walls, capsule, and pilli.
Eukaryotic belong to what family?
The animal, plant, protists, and fungi family.
Procaryotic belongs to what family?
The morena kingdom.
What transport requires no E?
The passive transport.
Difusion is:
movement of particles from a high concentration to a low concentration.
True/false: Osmosis is the diffusion of water (high-low concentration.)
true!!
2 examples of active transport:
endo and exocytosis
gradient concentration is:
the gradual change in concentration from one area to another.
equal concentrations is:
Equilibrium!
Solvent
what it dissolves in
solute
what dissolves
isotonic
inside and outside are EQUAL
hypotonic
LOWer concentration of solutes
Hypertonic
HIGHer concentration of solutes