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The membrane is permeable to water so water can cross

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The membrane is permeable to water so water can cross the membrane in bothdirections. Over time, there will be a net movement of water toward Side B, whichhas a higher concentration of solute particles.
4.PredictWhat will the apparatus shown in Figure 7–10 look like when equilibriumis reached?
5.PredictOnce equilibrium is reached in the apparatus shown in Figure 7–10, willthe water molecules continue to move? Explain your answer.
EssayFigure 7-131.The diagrams in Figure 7-13 above show a normal blood cell before and after it isplaced in a solution. Describe what could cause the cell to react the way that itdid.
2.What are aquaporins? How are they important to cells?
3.How do facilitated diffusion and active transport differ? Is osmosis an example offacilitated diffusion or active transport?
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Kristen Gogolen
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c, Discovery of Cells

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