To allow only certain things through
A mixture made of very small particles that are very well mixed
The thing being dissolved
The liquid part of the cytoplasm
Equal concentration through the entire solution
A balance that works for the cell or organism
The movement of an object into and out of the cell that does not require the cell to use energy; uses the natural tendency of molecules to move away from each other
The movement of particles from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
The movement of water molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration through a membrane
Transport proteins allow molecules to diffuse across a membrane and does not use energy
Solution with the same concentration of solute and water than on the other side of the membrane
The solution with more solute and less water than the solution on the other side of the membrane
The shriveling of cells due to being placed in a hypertonic solution
A solution with less solute and more water than the solution on the other side of the membrane
The bursing of animal cells due to being placed in a hypotonic solution
Pressure exerted on the cell walls of a plant cell by the water stored in the central vacuole; goes up in a hypotonic solution
How much solute is in the solution
Structure and transport
Transport and communication
In the same solution, there is a difference in concentration
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