1. Diffusion of substances into and out of a cell occurs across the plasma
membrane. For a cuboid, explain how increasing cell size affects the diffusion
of materials to all parts of the cell.
Increasing cell size slows the ability of materials to reach a
English 1 Accelerated
Always Be Positive
I woke up one morning, only to realize that in 24 hours it would be my first day of
kindergarten. Summer had flown by; it seemed like just yesterday I had just fini
Bubble Gum Lab
Purpose: The purpose is to determine which gum makes a bigger bubble.
Hypothesis: I believe that Hubba Bubba will produce a bigger bubble because it is
stickier than Bubble Yum.
Materials: Gum, Ruler, Scale, and Ro
Text and Reading Questions
1. What were the motives behind the Crusades? Evaluate their outcomes.
The Crusades were armed expeditions launched by Western Europeans to the
East to free Holy Land from Islamic rule. The main motives of the c
Density of an Organic Liquid Conclusion
My objective in this lab was to determine the density of an organic liquid
by weighing the volume of a sample of the liquid and applying the density
formula. In the lab, I got a density of
CCP Period 1
My Goals Slide 2
A personal goal of mine is to be sponsored by a local skate shop by
the time I go off to college. I will achieve this goal by practicing a lot
while having fun.
My GPA goal is to have a 4.0 or hi
The purpose of this lab was to study the affect that surface area and
volume have on the diffusion rate of nutrients into a cell. After
investigation, it is evident that the ratio between surface area to volume is
vital in this diffusion rate. Cells with
Scientific/Common Name and Photo
Common Name: Cold Sore
Scientific Name: Herpes Labialis
Virus: Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV-1 and HSV-2)
Description of Cold Sores
Shape: small, round blisters or sores
Ch. 7.5 Outline
Small molecules and water enter or leave the cell through the lipid
bilayer or by transport proteins
Large molecules, such as polysaccharides and proteins, cross the
membrane in bulk via vesicles
Bulk transport re
1. What is plasmolysis?
Plasmolysis is the shrinking of the cytoplasm of a plant cell due to the
diffusion of water out of the cell in a hypertonic solution.
2. Why did the onion cells plasmolyze?
The onion cells plasmolyzed because the NaCl solution was
8 December 2014
Catcher in the Rye
From the beginning of time, humans have learned how to cope with problems
and move on to become an adult. When one cant develop these skills, they are stuck
at a point in life that w