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1 This is Jeopardy Cell Transport 2 Category No. 1 Category No. 2 Category No. 3 Category No. 4 Category No. 5 100 200 300 400 500 Final Jeopardy.

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2 1 This is Jeopardy Cell Transport

3 2 Category No. 1 Category No. 2 Category No. 3 Category No. 4 Category No Final Jeopardy

4 3 C1-100-The answer is… Diffusion is the movement of molecules from an area of ….. High concentration to Low concentration Back

5 4 C1-200-The answer is… What type of transport requires energy from the cell? Active Transport Back

6 5 C1-300-The answer is… The diffusion of water across a semi- permeable membrane is Osmosis Back

7 6 C1-400-The answer is… When the concentration of molecules is the same on both sides, the solution is Isotonic Back

8 7 C1-500-The answer is… This pressure is exerted on the plant cell from osmosis Turgor Pressure Back

9 8 C2-100-The answer is… What are the channels in the cell membrane made of? Protein Back

10 9 C2-200-The answer is… The solute level is higher on the inside of the membrane in this solution. Hypotonic Back

11 10 C2-300-The answer is… This mode of transport is passive but requires the use of proteins. Facilitated Diffusion Back

12 11 C2-400-The answer is… Large molecules are transported into the cell by this type of active transport. Endocytosis Back

13 12 C2-500-The answer is… Glucose enters a cell most rapidly by Facilitated diffusion Back

14 13 C3-100-The answer is… Perfume moving across the room is an example of Simple diffusion Back

15 14 C3-200-The answer is… If the concentration of sugar is lower outside the cell, what will happen by osmosis? Water will move into the cell Back

16 15 C3-300-The answer is… _______________ occurs because an animal cell is placed in a hypotonic environment. cytolysis Back

17 16 C3-400-The answer is… This part of the cell membrane repels charged particles. Hydrophobic tails Back

18 17 C3-500-The answer is… The sodium/potassium pump transports ________ out of the cell and __________ into the cell. Na +, K + Back

19 18 C4-100-The answer is… This is considered cell “eating” phagocytosis Back

20 19 C4-200-The answer is… A plant cell placed in this type of solution will wilt. Hypertonic Back

21 20 C4-300-The answer is… This occurs when Turgor Pressure is low. Plasmolysis Back

22 21 C4-400-The answer is… Active transport requires energy from this molecule. ATP Back

23 22 C4-500-The answer is… __________ proteins extend through the membrane while __________ proteins are only found on the surfaces Integral, peripheral Back

24 23 C5-100-The answer is… In this form of transport a vesicle fuses with the membrane and dumps it’s contents outside of the cell. exocytosis Back

25 24 C5-200-The answer is… At this point there is movement of molecules but no net movement. equilibrium Back

26 25 C5-300-The answer is… This part of the cell membrane lets the rest of the body know that the cell belongs there. Carbohydrate markers Back

27 26 C5-400-The answer is… Which type of transport moves molecules from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration? Active Transport Back

28 27 C6-500-The answer is… If a cell has an internal salt concentration of 0.8% and it was placed in a solution with a salt concentration of 20%, in which direction would the solute move? Neither – the solute does not move. Back

29 28 Final Jeopardy Explain in terms of the cell membrane and the different types of solutions, what occurred in your egg lab. Vinegar: Acetic acid dissolved the shell, solution was hypotonic and water moved into egg. Corn Syrup: Solution is now hypertonic and water moved out of egg to even out concentration of corn syrup. Water: Solution once again hypotonic and water moved into egg. *All movement occurs because membrane is selectively permeable and water can diffuse easily. Solutes in these solutions are too big to cross the membrane. Back End Game


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