5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- PERIPHERAL PROTEINS
- a movement into cells
- b the water which is in the cytosol or ECF
- c don't go all the way through the membrane, may be inside or outside.
- d molecules help stablilize the plasma membrane.
- e the process by which the somatic cells divide and form repllicas of themselves
5 Multiple choice questions
- the term used to refer either to the sperm or the egg
- movement out of cell
- fluid material between the nuclear envelope and the plasma membrane.
- not cancerous, cells don't spread
- does not require ATP
5 True/False questions
ELECTROCHEMICAL GRADIENT → there is a difference in the number and type of ions that are found along the inner and outer membrane surface, this creates what is known as an:
OSMOSIS → the movement of water molecules through a selectively permeable membrane.
RESTING MEMBRANE POTENTIAL → the depolarization that initiates a flow of electricial current that is known as:
SOLUBILITY EXAMPLES: → lipid solluble substances pass easily through lipid bilayer; water-soluble substances DO NOT pass must be moved across via membrane proteins
PLASMA MEMBRANE → forms the outer boundary of the cell, regulates movement of substance into and out of cell