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Karlton Covington

Blume Ch 3# 1-16

Condition in which molecules of a substance are spread evenly throughout space Equilibrium
A process by which vesicles release their contents outside the cell Exocytosis
All of the activities that occur within the cells of an organism metabolism
An organism that can't make its own food consumer
An organism that can make its own food producer
Process that releases energy without using oxygen fermentation
Process of taking substances into a cell by surrounding it with the cell membrane endocytosis
Combination of substances in which each substance retains its own properties mixture
Has mass and takes up space mater
Movement of molecules without the use of energy passive transport
Protein binds to a particle and uses energy to move through the cell membrane active transport
Movement of molecules from an area of more molecules to an area of less molecules diffusion
Compound containing carbon and hydrogen and is associated with living things organic compound
A substance made of element other than carbon inorganic compound
Passive transport of water by diffusion osmosis
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