5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- NUCLEAR ENVELOPE
- PERIPHERAL PROTEINS
- a nucleus is enclosed by its own membrane call the:
- b not cancerous, cells don't spread
- c don't go all the way through the membrane, may be inside or outside.
- d molecules help stablilize the plasma membrane.
- e used when both solutions have the same concentration of solute.
5 Multiple choice questions
- when cells develop unique characteristics they are said to:
- the tendency of atoms, molecules, or ions in a liquid or air solution to move spontaneously from where there are more of them to where there are fewer of them.
- the 2-stage process that occurs in the ovaries or testes and results in the formation of gametes that have 1 of each chromosome
- does require energy from ATP
- simple diffusion- the diffusing substance is said to:
5 True/False questions
GAMETE → the term used to refer either to the sperm or the egg
FUNCTION OF INTEGRAL PROTEINS → these span the width of the membrane, go all the way through from the outside of the cell to inside of the cell, many have hollow centers
ZYGOTE → the stuff that is dissolved in that water.
INTEGRAL PROTEINS → these span the width of the membrane, go all the way through from the outside of the cell to inside of the cell, many have hollow centers
PHOSPHOLIPID BILAYER → a double layer of phospholipids whose orientation is due to their amphiphilic nature.