Answer carbon dioxide moves from cells into the blood

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Answer: carbon dioxide moves from cells into the blood of nearby capillaries Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 60) Column 1: filtration Column 2: movement of fluids from the blood into nephrons of kidneys in the first stage of urine formation Answer: movement of fluids from the blood into nephrons of kidneys in the first stage of urine formation Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 61) Column 1: osmosis Column 2: movement of water from red blood cells into plasma Answer: movement of water from red blood cells into plasma Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 62) Column 1: phagocytosis Column 2: a mechanism that employs formation of pseudopods; moves solid particles into cells Foil: movement of food from the mouth to the stomach Answer: a mechanism that employs formation of pseudopods; moves solid particles into cells Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 63) Column 1: pinocytosis Column 2: a process employed by most cells; moves small droplets of extracellular fluid into cells Answer: a process employed by most cells; moves small droplets of extracellular fluid into cells Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 64) Column 1: active transport Column 2: maintains the unequal distribution of potassium and sodium ions across a nerve cell membrane Answer: maintains the unequal distribution of potassium and sodium ions across a nerve cell membrane Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 65) Column 1: microtubules Column 2: responsible for movement of chromosomes during cell division Answer: responsible for movement of chromosomes during cell division Topic: ORGANELLES 67) Column 1: microfilaments Column 2: actin molecules involved in muscle contraction and cell locomotion 10
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Answer: actin molecules involved in muscle contraction and cell locomotion Topic: ORGANELLES 68) Column 1: microfilaments Column 2: provide mechanical support for microvilli Answer: provide mechanical support for microvilli Topic: ORGANELLES 72) Column 1: lysosomes Column 2: responsible for recycling of cell organelles Answer: responsible for recycling of cell organelles Topic: ORGANELLES Match the structures in Column 1 with their descriptions and functions in Column 2. 83) Column 1: clathrin-coated pits Column 2: site where ligands attach to receptors Answer: site where ligands attach to receptors Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 84) Column 1: clathrin-coated pits Column 2: location of receptors for receptor-mediated endocytosis Answer: location of receptors for receptor-mediated endocytosis Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 85) Column 1: early endosome Column 2: site where ligands separate from receptors Answer: site where ligands separate from receptors Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 86) Column 1: late endosome Column 2: forms carrier vesicles that fuse with lysosomes Answer: forms carrier vesicles that fuse with lysosomes Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 87) Column 1: phagosome Column 2: formed by membranes of pseudopods Answer: formed by membranes of pseudopods Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 88) Column 1: phagosome Column 2: contains ingested large solid particle Answer: contains ingested large solid particle Topic: PLASMA MEMBRANE 11
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