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CHAPTER 5 Outline (1) - CHAPTER 5: THE WORKING CELL...

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51 CHAPTER 5: THE WORKING CELL Concepts to Master I. MEMBRANES CONTROL THE MOVEMENT OF SOLUTES AND WATER INTO AND OUT OF CELLS II. MEMBRANES CONTROL THE MOVEMENT OF INSOLUBLE MATERIALS INTO AND OUT OF CELLS I. MEMBRANES CONTROL THE MOVEMENT OF SOLUTES AND WATER INTO AND OUT OF CELLS A. Most Solutes and Water Move Across Cell Membranes by Passive Transport. (pp. 80-81) PASSIVE TRANSPORT B. All Forms of Passive Transport Involve Diffusion of Molecules. (p. 81) DIFFUSION
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52 MyBiology Activity: Diffusion C. Osmosis is a Special Type of Diffusion Involving Water. (pp. 81-82) OSMOSIS HYPOTONIC HYPERTONIC ISOTONIC
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D. Osmoregulation is Different in Plants and Animals Because Plants Have Cell Walls. (p. 82) OSMOREGULATION The normal condition for animal cells is isotonic The normal condition for plant cells is hypotonic Diffusion vs. Osmosis In diffusion , the ________________ move from the _____________________ solution to the _____________________ solution to reach equilibrium (isotonic solution). In
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