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Question; The passage of LARGE MOLECULES through the CELL MEMBRANE into the cell is called____________

A. exocytosis
B. endocytosis
Answer;
B. endocytosis
Question; ACTIVE transport always requires_______________

A. water
B. energy
Answer;

B. energy
Question; the MOVEMENT of MOLECULES from an area where there are MANY to where there are FEW.

A. transport
B. diffusion
Answer;
B. diffusion
study; Proteins are transported by the ENDOCYTOSIS
ENDOCYTOSIS
study; DIFFUSION is a type of PASSIVE TRANSPORT
diffusion is passive transport
study; The CELL MEMBRANE is selectively PERMEABLE
Cell membrane is permeable
study; NO ENERGY is required for the movement of water molecules across the cell membrane
NO energy is required to move water to the cell membrane
study; OSMOSIS is a type of PASSIVE TRANSPORT involving elements such as WATER through a cell membrane
Osmosis is a type of passive transport
study; In EXOCYTOSIS substances are RELEASED from the cell at the CELL MEMBRANE
exocytosis is released from cell membrane
study; GOLGI BODIES are located in the CELL MEMBRANE
GOLGI BODIES are in the cell membrane
study; RANDOM movement of MOLECULES DO NOT STOP once equilibrium is reached
Molecules DO NOT stop when equilibrium is reached
study; MOLECULES tend to move into areas where there are LARGER numbers to SMALLER numbers
Molecules move from larger to smaller