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Joseph Leonard – 12/17/07 – p95,96,97 questions and indexed 1. 95 – 1 How do cell membranes help organisms maintain homeostasis? 2. 95 – 1 What is passive transport? 3. 95 – 2 What is the simplest type of passive transport? 4. 95 – 2 What is diffusion? 5. 95 – 2 What is concentration gradient? 6. 95 – 3 What happens when you add a sugar cube to a beaker of water? 7. 95 – 4 What is diffusion driven by? 8. 95 – 4 Why are molecules in constant motion? 9. 95 – 4 In what matter do molecules move? 10. 95 – 4 Why do molecules move down their concentration gradient? 11. 95 – 5 What will diffusion cause in the absence of other influences? 12. 95 – 5 What is equilibrium? 13. 96 – 1 Will the random movement of molecules stop if equilibrium is reached? 14. 96 – 1 How does equilibrium maintain itself? 15. 96 – 3 What affects the ability of a molecule to disuse across a cell membrane?
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Unformatted text preview: 16. 96 3 What makes up a cell membrane? 17. 96 3 How do molecules that dissolve in lipids pass through the cell membrane? 18. 96 3 What are some molecules that dissolve in lipids? 19. 96 4 What composes a solution? 20. 96 4 Is it possible for solvent molecules to diffuse? 21. 96 4 What is osmosis? 22. 96 5 What does the net direction of osmosis depend on? 23. 96 5 What is the meaning of hypotonic? 24. 96 5 What does it mean for something to be hypertonic? 25. 97 1 What does isotonic mean? 26. 97 2 In what direction does water tend to diffuse? 27. 97 3 How do cells deal with osmosis? 28. 97 4 In what type of environment do many cells function? 29. 97 4 What are contractile vacuoles? 30. 97 5 How do many cells respond to hypotonic environments?...
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