Unit 2 Quiz 4 - David Hopkins Unit 2 Quiz 4 A cell is...

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David Hopkins Unit 2 Quiz 4 A cell is placed in a beaker of solution. The solution contains 3 moles of sucrose, 2 moles of glucose, and 5 moles of maltose. The cell contains 3 moles of sucrose, 1 mole of glucose, and 4 moles of maltose. The membrane is permeable to maltose and water only. Using this information, answer questions 1-6. 1. Based on the information in the paragraph, the cell is originally a. Hypotonic b. Hypertonic c. Isotonic d. Cannot tell based on the information 2. Based on the information given, which of the following will occur? a. Glucose will diffuse into the cell to establish equal concentrations b. Glucose will diffuse out of the cell to establish equal concentrations c. Maltose will diffuse out of the cell to establish equal concentrations d. Maltose will diffuse out of the cell to establish equal concentrations e. Sucrose will flow out of the cell to establish equal concentrations 3. After the movement of solute, the solution is a. Hypotonic b. Hypertonic c. Isotonic d. Could be either hypotonic hypertonic, but not isotonic 4. Water will do which of the following a. Flow into the hypertonic cell until a balance is reached b. Flow into the hypotonic solution until a balance is reached c. Flow into the hypertonic solution until a balance is reached d. Flow into the hypotonic cell until a balance is reached
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Unit 2 Quiz 4 - David Hopkins Unit 2 Quiz 4 A cell is...

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