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Cell Movement

Study stack for osmosis and diffusion, as well as active transport

Which process is the movement of WATER from high to low concentrations across a membrane? Osmosis
Which process is the movement of MOLECULES from high to low concentrations across a membrane Diffusion
Should the mass and circumference of the egg in our lab have increased or decreased? decreased
Calcium and potassium are examples of particles that move across the cell membrane from LOW to HIGH concentrations. What process is this? Active Transport
Movement across a membrane that doesn't require any energy is called what? Passive transport
The smelly balloons and the food coloring in water were both examples of _________, and the egg lab was an example of _________ diffusion, osmosis
Created by: agremmels