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chapter 4

ransom chapter 4

Cellular respiration describes how a cell breathes. True/False False
Fermentation produces ATP and lactic acid. True/False True
Particles going from low to high concentration is active transport
A __________has chloroplasts. producer
What is produced by mitosis? two nuclei
A human body cell does not perform mitosis. True/False false
What type of cell forms a cell plate during the cell cycle? a plant cell
Passive transport does not use energy. T or F true
Active transport does not use energy. T or F false
Oxygen is used to break down food and release energy in a process called cellular respiration
When a cell membrane brings a particle into a cell, it's called endocytosis
The burning you feel in your muscles after raising your hand is due to the effects of fermentation
When vesicles carry particles out to the cell membrane for export, it's called exocytosis
The splitting of cytoplasm is called cytokinesis
The movement of particles from high to low concentration is called diffusion
How are photosynthesis and cellular respiration similar? look it up!
The first stage of the cell cycle is growth and copying of the chromosomes
The second stage of the cell cycle is mitosis
The third stage of the cell cycle is cytokinesis
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