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CH 1-4 cell membrane

Jobs of cell membrane

TermDefinition
active transport movement of substances through the cell membrane using energy!
diffusion random movement of molecules from and area where they are crowded into an area where there is less crowding.
endocytosis process of taking substances into a cell by surrounding them with the cell's membrane
equilibrium the crowding of molecules in two areas are the same; equally spread out
exocytosis process in which the contents of a vacuole are moved outside a cell
osmosis the diffusion of water through the cell membrane
passive transport movement of substances through the cell membrane without using energy
selectively permeable allowing only somethings to pass through
vacuole a small membrane-wrapped sack in a cell
Created by: neumeist