2008_Study_Sheet_18 - required 5 Water does move from...

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STUDY SHEET 18 Read and understand  today’s notes.  If there is something you don’t understand, ask  another student, check the book or call Ms. Floyd. Learning  the above notes. (One way to learn is to cover the material and say that material  out loud completely and accurately to yourself.) Testing  your learning:  Without looking at your notes , answer the following  questions.   Check  your answers in your notes afterward. True/False. Write T beside true statements.  Correct the underlined word of false statements. 1. Large materials move out of a cell by the process of endocytosis . 2. Large      particles are brought into a cell by pinocyctosis. 3. In simple diffusion , material moves from areas of low concentration to areas of high concentration. 4.  In simple diffusion, an outside source of energy is
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Unformatted text preview: required. 5. Water does move from hypotonic areas to hypertonic areas. (Check your pictures for this.) 6. Osmosis is a type of facilitated diffusion . 7. An example of active transport is the Ca+/O+ pump. Short Answer. On the back of this sheet, 8. draw the process of simple diffusion. 9. draw the picture of facilitated diffusion. 10. draw the three pictures of the cell surrounded by different water/salt solutions. Fully label each picture to the extent we did it in class. Do include the smaller pictures showing what happens if the cell is an animal cell or a plant cell. 11. draw the process of phagocytosis. 12. draw the picture of exocytosis. That’s enough! No preview....
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