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CELL TRANSPORT REVIEW
Read each of the following questions and record your answer on
your whiteboard.
When I coundown “3, 2, 1” hold up your whiteboard with the
answer facing forward.
Any team that has all correct answers will earn a point. The team
with the most points at the end wins!
Which of the following is a function of the cell
membrane?
A.
breaks down lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins from foods
B.
stores water, salt, proteins, and carbohydrates
C.
keeps the cell wall in place
D.
regulates the movement of materials into and out of the cell
Which of the following is a function of the cell
membrane?
A.
breaks down lipids, carbohydrates, and proteins from foods
B.
stores water, salt, proteins, and carbohydrates
C.
keeps the cell wall in place
D.
regulates the movement of materials into and out of the cell
Cell membranes consist mainly of
A.
protein pumps and some carbohydrates
B.
lipid bilayers with some carbohydrates
C.
lipid bilayers with some proteins
D.
proteins and some nucleic acids
Cell membranes consist mainly of
A.
protein pumps and some carbohydrates
B.
lipid bilayers with some carbohydrates
C.
lipid bilayers with some proteins
D.
proteins and some nucleic acids
The cell membrane contains channels and pumps
that help move materials from one side to the other.
What are these channels and pumps made of?
A.
carbohydrates
B.
lipids
C.
phospholipids
D.
proteins
The cell membrane contains channels and pumps
that help move materials from one side to the other.
What are these channels and pumps made of?
A.
carbohydrates
B.
lipids
C.
phospholipids
D.
proteins
Diffusion occurs because.
A.
molecules are attracted to one another.
B.
molecules constantly move and collide with each other.
C.
cellular energy forces molecules to collide with each other.
D.
cellular energy pumps molecules across the cell membrane.
Diffusion occurs because.
A.
Molecules are attracted to one another.
B.
Molecules constantly move and collide with each other.
C.
cellular energy forces molecules to collide with each other.
D.
cellular energy pumps molecules across the cell membrane.
A substance that moves by passive transport tends
to move
A.
away from the area where it is less concentrated
B.
away from the area where it is more concentrated
C.
toward the area where it is more concentrated
D.
away from the area of equilibrium
A substance that moves by passive transport tends
to move
A.
away from the area where it is less concentrated
B.
away from the area where it is more concentrated
C.
toward the area where it is more concentrated
D.
away from the area of equilibrium
When the concentrations of solutions are the same
on both sides of the membrane, the two solutions
are
A.
hypotonic
B.
dilute.
C.
isotonic
D.
hypertonic
When the concentrations of solutions are the same
on both sides of the membrane, the two solutions
are
A.
hypotonic
B.
dilute.
C.
isotonic
D.
hypertonic
The movement of water molecules across a
selectively permeable membrane is known as
A.
phagocytosis
B.
pinocytosis
C.
endocytosis
D.
osmosis
The movement of water molecules across a
selectively permeable membrane is known as
A.
phagocytosis
B.
pinocytosis
C.
osmosis
D.
endocytosis
Osmosis is a form of:
A.
Facilitated diffusion
B.
Molecular Transport
C.
Bulk Transport
D.
Active Transport
Osmosis is a form of:
A.
Facilitated diffusion
B.
Molecular Transport
C.
Bulk Transport
D.
Active Transport
Endocytosis and Exocytosis are examples of:
A.
Facilitated diffusion
B.
Passive Transport
C.
Active Transport
D.
Osmosis
Endocytosis and Exocytosis are examples of:
A.
Facilitated diffusion
B.
Passive Transport
C.
Active Transport
D.
Osmosis
If a more-concentrated salt solution is on one side
of a membrane and a less-concentrated solution is
on the other side, water molecules tend to pass
through the membrane
A.
from the more-concentrated to the less-concentrated solution.
B.
until the cell membrane is broken down.
C.
from the less-concentrated to the more-concentrated solution.
D.
equally in both directions.
If a more-concentrated salt solution is on one side
of a membrane and a less-concentrated solution is
on the other side, water molecules tend to pass
through the membrane
A.
from the more-concentrated to the less-concentrated solution.
B.
until the cell membrane is broken down.
C.
from the less-concentrated to the more-concentrated
solution.
D.
equally in both directions.
The pressure exerted by water moving during
osmosis is called __________________ pressure.
A.
Tonic
B.
Diffusion
C.
Selectively permeable
D.
Osmotic
The pressure exerted by water moving during
osmosis is called __________________ pressure.
A.
Tonic
B.
Diffusion
C.
Selectively permeable
D.
Osmotic
Two examples of active transport are
A.
molecular transport and osmosis
B.
osmosis and facilitated diffusion
C.
facilitated diffusion and bulk transport
D.
molecular transport and bulk transport
Two examples of active transport are
A.
molecular transport and osmosis
B.
osmosis and facilitated diffusion
C.
facilitated diffusion and bulk transport
D.
molecular transport and bulk transport
The substance that dissolves to make a solution is
called the ___________________
A.
diffuser
B.
solvent
C.
solute
D.
concentrate
The substance that dissolves to make a solution is
called the ___________________
A.
diffuser
B.
solvent
C.
solute
D.
concentrate
White blood cells engulf, digest, and destroy
invading bacteria using __________________.
A.
Facilitated diffusion
B.
phagocytosis
C.
pinocytosis
D.
exocytosis
White blood cells engulf, digest, and destroy
invading bacteria using __________________.
A.
Facilitated diffusion
B.
phagocytosis
C.
pinocytosis
D.
exocytosis

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