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Passive: Diffusion - movement of molecules from high density to lower density to form equilibrium Facilitated diffusion - movement of large water soluble molecules across membrane with assistance of carrier proteins Filtration - water forced across membrane, pressure gradient must be present (capillaries) Osmosis - diffusion with water molecules 1. water concentration is determined by amount of solutes,
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Unformatted text preview: higher solutes lower water concentration 2. isotonic- equal amount on both sides of membrane 3. hypertonic solution- concentration of solutes is higher outside cell, water will out of cell, cell will shrink called crenation 4. hypotonic solution- concentration of solutes is higher inside cell: water will move into cell, cell will increase in size called lysis...
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