Chapter 5 REVIEW NOTES

Osmosisdiffusion assume the solute in both cases cant

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Unformatted text preview: Osmosis/Diffusion Assume the solute in both cases can’t passively diffuse through the plasma membrane. (Remember to distinguish animal and plant cells!) ◦ ◦ ◦ A cell is placed in a hypertonic solution… What happens? 32) Cell crenation A cell is placed in a hypotonic solution…. What happens? 33) cell lysis What is osmosis? What is diffusion? 34) Macromolecule Transport Exocytosis is the transport of macromolecules/large particles 35) out of the cell. Endocytosis is the transport of macromolecules/large particles 36)into the cell. ◦ ◦ 37)Pinocytosis: A special form of endocytosis that essentially involves the cell “drinking” the surrounding fluid. 38)Phagocytosis: A special form of...
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