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Bio term quiz 1

Intro to bio-ecology

What organelle in the cell processes ribosomes? The nucleolus
name the organelle in the cell and produces proteins The ribosome
Need to control center of the cell The nucleus
What is a hypertonic solution? A hypertonic solution is a solution with comparatively more solute then solvents
What is a hypotonic solution? Hypotonic solution is a solution with comparatively less solute then solvent
What is the cell theory? The cell Siri was the first unifying theme of biology. This theory states that sells are the most basic unit of life, cells are produced by other cells, And all living things are made up of cells.
Describe the difference between osmosis and diffusion The difference between osmosis and diffusion is in osmosis occurs only with water whereas defusion can occur with anything else.
Define and describe the three sections of symbiosis
Created by: 18verheb