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Seaman--cell in act.

Cell in Action

What is it called when a cell moves particles using energy? active transport
What is the end result of mitosis and cytokinesis? 2 identical cells
What happens when a cell cannot get enough oxygen for cellular respiration ? fermentation
What process allows materials to move in and out of cells? diffusion
Why is osmosis important for cells? cells have fluid of mostly water and osmosis allows water to flow into a cell
What is it called when a particle moves from an area of high concentration to low concentration? passive transport
What is endocytosis? (remember endo) a cell absorbing a particle INTO the cell
What is exocytosis? (remember exo) a cell getting rid of a large particle (getting it OUT of the cell)
What is photosynthesis? process where plants use carbon dioxide, sunlight and water to make glucose and oxygen
When does a cell not need energy? diffusion
What is osmosis? water diffusing either into or out of a cell
What do we call the process in which a cell goes through? the cell cycle
Which stage are the chromosomes copied? interphase
which stage do the chromatids separate and move the opposite ends of the cell? anaphase
What are the 4 stages of cell division called? mitosis
Which stage to the chromosomes align at the cell's equator? metaphase
What is the division of cytoplasm in the cell cycle called? cytokinesis (we now have 2 identical cells and start the cycle over again)
Name the stages of the cell cycle in order? Interphase, prophase, metaphase anaphase, telophase, cytokinesis
Created by: ellist