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Diffusion The movement of material from an area of high concentration, to an area of low concentration.
osmosis the movement of a liquid across a semipermeable membrane.
passive transport when cells don't use any energy to move materials in and out of the cells
Active transport when cells have to use energy to move material in and out of the cell
endocytosis when a cell surrounds a large particle in pseudopod (fake foot) and uses energy to pull it into the cell
exocytosis when a cell surrounds a particle in a vesicle and pushes it out of the cell
photosynthesis when a plant cell uses water, sunlight, and carbon dioxide to create glucose for energy
fermentation A backup system for cells to create energy when the cells don't have enough oxygen. the cells use carbon dioxide.
Created by: kimberly11300