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Cell Processes

They are organelles that breaks them down glucose and creates energy for the cell. The process of creating cell energy is known as cellular respiration. mitochondrion
transports the products and is sometimes the site for the breaking down of metabolic wastes; bulge out and break off from the endoplasmic reticulum and the Golgi apparatus; get their energy for mobility from ATP; examples are lysosomes and peroxisomes vesicles
process when a cell's vesicles release their contents outside the cell. exocytosis
The process when a cell takes in a substance by surrounding it with the cell membrane. endocytosis
This structure offers protection from the outside environment. cell membrane
Substances are moved through the cell membrane without using the cell's energy. Passive transport
This substance is released as a waste product during photosynthesis. oxygen
The equation below is an example of : glucose is the broken down into ATP, carbon dioxide, and alcohol. Alcohol fermentation
The passive transport of water through a membrane without the use of energy. osmosis
Substances too large to pass through the cell membrane enter the cell in a process endocytosis
The products of photosynthesis oxygen and glucose
chemical reactions that convert the energy in glucose into a usable form of energy called ATP cellular respiration
This process is the opposite process of photosynthesis cellular respiration
Glucose is broken down and ___________ is released during respiration. ATP
When water moves from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration osmosis
A cell with 10 water molecules on the inside and 10 molecules on the outside of the cell. Water molecules move in and out the cell is an example of ______________________. equilibrium
when molecules move from an area of higher concentration to an area of a lower concentration. diffusion
A cell with high levels of nutrients allow molecules to leave the cell to join low levels of protein outside the cell is exocytosis
The example of diffusion that involves water osmosis
The example of passive transport that uses carrier and channel proteins facilitated diffusion
The second stage of cellular respiration (aerobic respiration) requires this oxygen
This best describes the movement of water in osmosis. Water moves from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration.
When a substance is too large to pass through the cell membrane, the substance enters using ___________. endocytosis
When a substance is too large to pass through the cell membrane, the substance exits using ___________. exocytosis
What substances is broken down during glycolsis? glucose
Where does photosynthesis take place? Chloroplast
Cellular respiration takes place in these areas. cytoplasm and mitochondrion
Substances are moved through the cell membrane using the cell's energy. active passport