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Author: jlovering
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Created: Oct 13, 2016
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Biology Target 2.4

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Compare diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and osmosis as forms of passive transport and contrast them with active transport.
Grade 7 Cell Structure and Function
Active transport of materials into the cell is
  1. endocytosis.
  2. exocytosis.
  3. diffusion.
  4. osmosis.
Grade 7 Cell Structure and Function
There is a higher concentration of molecule "X" inside the cell than outside. Assuming molecule "X" moves passively across the cell membrane, what will most likely happen?
  1. "X" molecules will move from inside the cell to outside.
  2. "X" molecules will move from outside the cell to inside.
  3. "X" molecules will stay in their current place.
  4. "X" molecules will react with glucose.
Grade 6 Cell Structure and Function
The movement of substances through membranes without the use of the cell's energy is
  1. passive transport.
  2. cellular respiration.
  3. osmosis.
  4. active transport.
Grade 7 Cell Structure and Function
Diffusion and osmosis are both forms of
  1. active transport.
  2. passive transport.
  3. respiration.
  4. photosynthesis.
  5. glycolysis.
Grade 9 Cell Structure and Function
A difference in concentration between two areas is
  1. transport.
  2. permeability.
  3. hypertonicity.
  4. a concentration gradient.