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cell in action

What is passive transport? movement of molecules from high to low concentration without using energy
What is active transport movement of molecules from low to high concentration that needs energy ATP
How does diffusion help the cell? movement of small particles through a cell membrane from high to low concentration
How does osmosis happen? movement of small particles in water through a cell membrane
What is endocytosis? the cell taking in larger particles
What is exocytosis? the cell removing larger particles
How is the process of photosynthesis important to plants? plants can make food
What is cellular respiration? the process where food molecules are broken down to form CO2 and H2O and release energy
Which organelle does photosynthesis take place in? chloroplasts
What organelle stores ATP and it is also the site for cellular respiration? mitochondria
What products are produced from photosynthesis? glucose and oxygen
What products are produced from cellular respiration? carbon dioxide, water and ATP
Created by: cimino