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Biology: Cell Bingo Protects the cell and regulates what comes in and out Cell Membrane
Biology: Cell Bingo Which word means that only some items are able to enter/exit a cell? SEMI PERMEABLE
Biology: Cell Bingo What are the macromolecules within the membrane that help transfer large molecules PROTEIN
Biology: Cell Bingo The cell below after water moves will become _________? Hypotonic
Biology: Cell Bingo The macromolecule that makes up the majority of the membrane. Phospholipids
Biology: Cell Bingo Cells transport materials through the membrane in order to reach _______________. Equilibrium
Biology: Cell Bingo Same – StateThe reason cells move to reach equilibrium. Homeostasis
Biology: Cell Bingo Requires the use of energy to pass through the cell Active Transport
Biology: Cell Bingo Movement of WATER from High to Low concentrations.OSMOSIS
Biology: Cell Bingo Large particles are surrounded by the membrane and moved OUT. EXOCYTOSIS
Biology: Cell Bingo The phosphate heads are _____________ Hydrophillic
Biology: Cell Bingo Which transports requires energy to bring IN large molecules? ENDOCYTOSIS
Biology: Cell Bingo What tonicity would your cells be if you were dehydrated? Hypertonic
Biology: Cell Bingo The fatty acid tails are ________? Hydrophobic
Biology: Cell Bingo Diffusion and Osmosis are examples of this transport? Passive Transport
Biology: Cell Bingo The picture show what kind of transport ( specific ) Diffusion
Biology: Cell Bingo If a human drinks salt water their cells become…?Hypertonic
Biology: Cell Bingo What is the movement of materials from a high to low concentration called? DIFFUSION
Biology: Cell Bingo Water moves through which process? OSMOSIS
Biology: Cell Bingo Molecules become balanced at which state?EQUILIBRIUM
Biology: Cell Bingo Which type of diffusion involves large molecule exiting through large protein channels? FACILITATED
Biology: Cell Bingo What is the movement of materials from a low to high concentration called? ACTIVE TRANSPORT
Biology: Cell Bingo Which active transport has cells swallowing large solid particles? ENDOCYTOSIS
Biology: Cell Bingo Which active transport has cells expelling particles through the plasma membrane? EXOCYTOSIS
Biology: Cell Bingo What happens to cells placed in pure water? SWELL
Biology: Cell Bingo What happens to cells placed in salt water? SHRINK
Westside High School 9th Grade Biology
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