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Science quiz 2/1
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What are the two types of cell transport??
Passive and active
For passive transport the substances move from ___ to ___ concentration
high to low
In order for molecules to diffuse a ___ ___ must exist
The ___ movement is the random movement of particles
What are the three types of passive transport??
Simple diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and osmosis
Simple diffusion requires NO ___ or ___
Energy or proteins
Facilitated diffusion requires NO ___
Facilitated diffusion requires ___ to assist the molecules in/out of the membrane
Osmosis is the diffusion of ___
Water can move through the cell membrane without the aid of ___
The water level that is equal both inside and outside the cell is called ___
Both hypertonic and hypotonic... The water diffuses from ___ to ___
High to low
The cell will ___ if the environment remains hypotonic
The cell will ___ if it is exposed to a hypertonic environment
In hypertonic, the water ___ the cell
In hypotonic, the water ___ the cell
In ___, the water enters and leaves the cell at equal rates
Salt can harm ___ and ___
Plants and animals
___ is a process in which cells surround and engulf substances that are too big to enter the cell
___ is when a cell forms a vesicle around unwanted particles and excels it OUT of the cell
Cyto means ___
Is energy required in osmosis??
Is energy required in endocytosis??
Is energy required in protein channels??
Is energy required in facilitated diffusion??
Is energy required in exocytosis??
Is energy required in transport protein??
The ___ ___ controls what substances enter/leave the cell
The cell membrane is ___ ___ since it only allows certain substances in/out of the cell
What is the building block of Carbohydrates??
What is the building block of Lipids??
What is the building block of Proteins??
What is the building block of Nucleic Acids??
What is the building block of Water??
What are the elements of BOTH Carbohydrates and Lipids??
Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen
What are the elements of Proteins??
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Sulfur
What are the elements of Nucleic Acids??
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus
What is the element of water??
___ are the cell's main energy
___ are the cell's membrane and energy storage
___ are the cell's structure and functions
___ ___ provide information for the cell to function
___ is needed for chemical reactions to occur and supports the cell
Sugar is an example of a ___
Fats and waxes are examples of ___
Enzymes (which speed up chemical reactions) are an example of ___
DNA, RNA, and ATP are examples of ___ ___
Foods that ___ are rich in are bread, rice, pasta, etc
Foods that ___ are rich in are olive oil, butter, etc
Foods that ___ are rich in are meats, fish, beans, etc
Foods that ___ ___ are rich in are peas, shellfish, etc
___ selection helped create dogs and plants
What is it called when a mistake "sneaks by" the proofreader in a DNA molecule??
A ___ ___ has an advantage because it can blend in with the snow which is good for hunting
Polar bears may go extinct if the ___ ___ keep melting
What does the "trunk" of the "tree of life" symbolize??
The common ancestors
What trait did the first bacteria evolve that started the evolution of an eye??
Ability to sense light
Why was the bacteria trait an advantage??
It can swim away from intense light
What is the name of the tough bear who survived all 5 mass extinctions??
Where does scientific evidence think life began??
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