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Joseph Leonard – 12/18/07 – p98,99,100 questions and indexed 1. 98 – 1 What makes water molecules less likely to diffuse into a cell? 2. 98 – 2 Do plant cells most commonly live in a hypotonic environment? 3. 98 – 2 What effect does water have on plant cells? 4. 98 – 2 When does the swelling stop? 5. 98 – 2 What characterization of the cell wall lets it resist the pressure? 6. 98 – 2 What is turgor pressure? 7. 98 – 3 How does water leave cells in a hypertonic environment? 8. 98 – 3 What is the condition known as plasmolysis? 9. 98 – 3 Why do plants wilt if they don’t get enough water? 10. 98 – 4 What do red blood cells lack? 11. 99 – 1 What happens to a red blood cell in a hypertonic environment? 12. 99 – 1 What happens to a red blood cell in a hypotonic environment? 13. 99 – 1 What is cytolysis? 14. 99 – 2 What is facilitated diffusion? 15. 99 – 2 When is facilitated diffusion used? 16. 99 – 2 What are carrier proteins? 17. 99 – 3 What is the function of carrier proteins?
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Unformatted text preview: 18. 99 3 What type of transport is facilitated diffusion? 19. 99 4 How is facilitated diffusion thought to work? 20. 99 4 What happens as soon as the carrier protein binds to the molecule? 21. 99 4 What does this altered shape help protect the molecule from? 22. 99 4 What happens on the other side of the cell membrane? 23. 100 1 What is the transport of glucose an example of? 24. 100 1 What hinders glucose molecules to diffuse quickly across the cell membrane? 25. 100 1 What happens when glucose levels are higher outside the cell than inside? 26. 100 2 What properties of facilitated diffusion does the transport of glucose show? 27. 100 2 Are carrier proteins in facilitated confusion specific for each type of molecule? 28. 100 3 What are ion channels? 29. 100 3 What type of functions ate ions involved in? 30. 100 4 What function do gates on some ion channels perform?...
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