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What is selectively permeable? Certain molecules can pass through, but not all.
What are pores? Small holes that allow very small molecules to move in and out freely.
What are the two main types of transport? Active and passive transport
What is passive transport? Molecules move from high to low, without ATP energy
What is active transport? Molecules move from low to high, with ATP energy
What is diffusion? The movement of molecules from areas of high concentration to areas of lower concentration due to random movement.
What is a Concentration gradient? The term used to describe the difference between higher and lower concentration.
What is osmosis? the movement of water across a membrane due to diffusion.
What does equilibrium mean? The point at which the molecules are evenly dispersed
What is Hypertonic? having a higher osmotic pressure than a particular fluid, typically a body fluid or intracellular fluid.
What is Hypotonic? having a lower osmotic pressure than a particular fluid, typically a body fluid or intracellular fluid.
What is Isotonic? denoting or relating to a solution having the same osmotic pressure as some other solution, especially one in a cell or a body fluid.
What is Anaerobic Respiration? Respiration without oxygen, produces less ATP
What is Aerobic Respiration? Respiration with oxygen, produces more ATP
What is ATP energy? able to store and transport chemical energy within cells.
Created by: Maddie Bane