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Cell Transport Video ?’s
AS YOU WATCH THE ATTACHED VIDEO, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE
SENTENCES!!! Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPKvHrD1eS4
All worth 1 point each! Out of 15 points!!
1. What term means “to choose what passes through”?
Selectively permeable
2. What are the two types of transport?
Active and passive transport.
3. What is the diffusion of water called?
It is called Osmosis.
4. What is the balanced level of water called?
Isotonic.
5. What allows molecules to pass through the membrane against the concentration
gradient?
Channel proteins/aquaporins.
6. What gets consumed during active transport?
Protein
7. What provides the energy for active transport?
ATP
8. The sodium - potassium pump works in a ratio of _3 sodium atoms for every __2__
potassium atoms.
9. What are the phospholipid sacs that move material by active transport?
Vesicles.
10. Vesicular transport that moves material outside the cell is called __exocytosis____.
11. Vesicular transport that brings material inside the cell is called __Endocytosis______.
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AS YOU WATCH THE ATTACHED VIDEO, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE
SENTENCES!!! Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPKvHrD1eS4
12. Which type of transport requires energy?
Active transport
13. Define hypertonic.
Not enough water in the cell.
14. Define hypotonic.
Too much water in the cell.
15. Define isotonic.
Perfectly balanced.

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Cell Transport Video ?’s AS YOU WATCH THE ATTACHED VIDEO, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES!!! Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPKvHrD1eS4 All worth 1 point each! Out of 15 points!! 1. What term means “to choose what passes through”? Selectively permeable 2. What are the two types of transport? Active and passive transport. 3. What is the diffusion of water called? It is called Osmosis. 4. What is the balanced level of water called? Isotonic. 5. What allows molecules to pass through the membrane against the concentration gradient? Channel proteins/aquaporins. 6. What gets consumed during active transport? Protein 7. What provides the energy for active transport? ATP 8. The sodium - potassium pump works in a ratio of _3 sodium atoms for every __2__ potassium atoms. 9. What are the phospholipid sacs that move material by active transport? Vesicles. 10. Vesicular transport that moves material outside the cell is called __exocytosis____. 11. Vesicular transport that brings material inside the cell is called __Endocytosis______. Cell Transport Video ?’s AS YOU WATCH THE ATTACHED VIDEO, ANSWER THE QUESTIONS IN COMPLETE SENTENCES!!! Here is the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dPKvHrD1eS4 12. Which type of transport requires energy? Active transport 13. Define hypertonic. Not enough water in the cell. 14. Define hypotonic. Too much water in the cell. 15. Define isotonic. Perfectly balanced. Name: Description: ...
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