Cellular Transport Review

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lipid bilayerA cell membrane is made up of a(n)EndocytosisWhich of the following is not a form of passive transportequilibrium is reachedDiffusion continues untilOsmosisIf a cell is placed in salt water, water leaves the cell byactive transporta cell moves particles from a region of lesser concentration to a region of greater concentration byMitochondriawhat organelle produce the energy required inactive transport?Gogi bodywhat organelle plays a large role in exocytosis by packaging proteins into vesicles?the cell will shrinkif a cell normally contain 70% solute inside. if the outside solution has 60% solute what happens?high;lowwhen molecules move with the concentration gradient it means they are moving from ____________ to ____________ concentrationdefine equilibriumcontinuous movement of particles but no overall change in concentrationchannel proteinsTransport protein that provides a tube-like opening in the plasma membrane through which particles can diffuseEnergyIs used during active transport but not passive transportendocytosisProcess by which a cell takes in material by forming a vacuole around itpassive transportparticle movement from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentrationExocytosisProcess by which a cell expels wastes from a vacuolefacilitated diffusiona form of passive transport that uses transport proteinsactive transportParticle movement from an area of lower concentration to an area of higher concentrationcarrier proteinstransport proteins that change shape when a particle binds with itEndocytosisIdentify the specific type of transport being illustratedhigh, lowhow are the molecules being moved? _____________ concentration -------> _______________ concentrationyesdoes this require energy?ExocytosisIdentify the specific type of transport being illustratedactiveis this active or passive transport?water moleculewhat type of substances would be moved in this way?structure of cell membraneis lipid bilayernonpolar regiontailpolar regionheadSemi-permeableallows certain particles in and outthe cell membraneis selectively permeable (semi-permeable)