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Kinetic Energy
Energy of motion
Dynamic Equilibrium
A state of dynamic balance.
Active Transport
Requires the expenditure of energy in the form of ATP
Passive Transport
Movement of material without additional energy
Solution
A homogeneous mixture of the molecules of two or more substances. Contains a solvent (greater quantity) and a solute (lesser quantity).
Solvent
Medium in which one or more solutes is dissolved
Solute
Asubstance dissolved in a solution. Solute dissolves only in solutions of similar polarity
Molarity
A measurement of concentration expressed as a ratio ofmoles solute over liters of solution.
Diffusion
The net movement of molecules that occurs from regions of higher concentration to regions of lower concentration
Osmosis
Movement of water across a membrane (passive)
Hypotonic
Solute concentration in solution surrounding concentration cells is low. Cells gain mass in a hypotonic solution.
Hypertonic
Concentration of solute outside of the cell is higher than inside. Cells loose mass in a hypertonic solution.
Water Potential
Potential enery of water molecules, regardless of the reason (gravity, pressure, concentration of solute particles) for water potential. Water moves from a region where water potential is greater to a region where water potential is lower
Quantitative Observations
Numeric data.
Qualitative Observations
General observation with no numbers at all.
Pressure Potential
Monosaccharide test. The indicator changes from blue to red, orange or yellow in the presence of a monosaccharide.
Turgor Pressure
Monosaccharide test. The indicator changes from blue to red, orange or yellow in the presence of a monosaccharide.
Monosaccharide
Monosaccharide test. The indicator changes from blue to red, orange or yellow in the presence of a monosaccharide.
Polysaccharide
Monosaccharide test. The indicator changes from blue to red, orange or yellow in the presence of a monosaccharide.
IKI Test
Monosaccharide test. The indicator changes from blue to red, orange or yellow in the presence of a monosaccharide.
Benedicts Test
Monosaccharide test. The indicator changes from blue to red, orange or yellow in the presence of a monosaccharide.