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what are the two types of passive transport?
diffusion and osmosis
what are tow exsamples of active transport?
engulfing,transport protiens

hint (gulp...)
an area of high concentration is ___________
a crowded area
the molecules will continue untill what occurs?______
what is the diference of diffusion and osmosis? ________
in osmosis there is only water molecules
selectively preamble
a property of a cell membrane that allow some substances to pass through {ex1 water} while others cannot
a window screen
the equil amount of water molecules inside the cell and out
what is the funtion of the cell membrane? _________
it the part of the cell that controls what enters and leaves the cell
window screen
what are 3exsamples of molecules that might diffuseinto the cell through the cell membrane
CO 2, H20 , 02
which molecules will most likely pass through the cell membrane
which cell structure is most important to have homeostasis
cell membrane
if the outside of a cellhas greater concentration of salt then the cytoplasum will most likely _________.
lose water.
{sponge soaking up water}
in which process will the net movement of sugar molecules through a cell membrane from a region of lower concentration to a region of higher concentration
* Active * transport
VERB its what cha do!
which fluid will most likely added to the wet mount
salt solution
_____ + pepper shakers
the change in appearance of the cell results from..._______
more water moving out of the cell than into the cell