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Hawkes-Test 10/?

Cell Process Notes and Cells

QuestionAnswer
Diffusion Movement of particles from a high concentration to low concentration.
Osmosis Diffusion of water through a semi-permeable membrane
Equilibrium Balanced..The same amount on both sides of a membrane.
Digestion Breaking down food into molecules usable by cells
Ingestion To take in food
Excretion Removes wastes and toxins from an organism
Gas exchange Taking in or releasing oxygen or carbon dioxide
Cell Least complex level of cellular organization
Tissue 2nd level of cellular organization; A bunch of cells working together
Organ 3rd level of cellular organization; A bunch of tissues working together
Organ system A group of organs working together to perform a life function
Organism A living thing
Reproduction Passing genetic information to offspring
Asexual Reproduction Produces new organisms identical to parent
Sexual reproduction Results in a combining of parent genetic information
Unicellular Made up of one cell, has to do all of life's functions by itself, it will always be by itself, ect. Examples: Bactiria
Multicellular Made up of one or more cells, Examples: Humans, dogs
Cell Respiration The process by which living organisms use oxygen to help break down food molecules to release energy
Homeostasis Maintain a stable internal environment: response to the environment
Growth and repair Changing throughout an organism’s life
Multicellular facts Must be made of more than one cell, they are more complex than unicellular, Cells can specialize to perform different life processes for the organism, each cell has its own job
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