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Prokaryote does NOT have a nucleus EX: bacteria
Eukaryote Contains nucleus EX:animal+plant
Phospholipid bilayer 2 layers contains protien, lipids, cell membrane
Passive transport Movement of molecules from high to low concentration (Requires NO energy)
Osmosis Water
Diffusion Small particles
Facilitated diffusion Large particles throughout protein channels
Active transport Movement of large particles from high to low Concentration (uses energy or ATP)
Homeostasis Stable internal balance.
Isotonic Equilibrium, same
Hypertonic High to low, shrivel up or shrink
Hypotonic Low to high, expand or explode
Permeable Allows everything through
Semi permeable Allows some things through
Impermeable Allows nothing through
Hooke 1st discovered cells under a compound microscope
Leeuwenhoek Discovered tiny organisms living in a pond of water
Created by: h0404071