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MOT 123

Ch 3 & 4

The movement of molecules from greater to lesser concentrations is ______________. Diffusion
The diffusion or movement of water through a semipermeable membrane is ______________. Osmosis
The use of energy to move molecules from lesser to greater concentration (opposite of diffusion) is called __________. Active transport
Diffusion of molecules, requiring carrier enzymes or transporters is called __________. Facilitated diffusion
This type of epithelium makes up capillaries to permit exchanges of materials. Simple squamous
Molecules from lesser to greater concentration with the use of ATP is what type of transport? Active transport
Simple squamous epithelium does what? Lines arteries and veins and is smooth to prevent abnormal clotting.
The engulfing of siimething by a stationary cells, such as the reabsorption of small proteins by cells f kidney tubules is called what? Pinocytosis
Stratisfied squamous epithelium does what? Forms the lining of the mouth and the esophagus.
Ingestion of a foreign substance - WBC is STATIONARY Pinocytosis
One layer of flat cells is called what? Simple squamous epithelium
Ingestion of a foreign substance – WBC is MOVING Phagocytosis
The enjulging of something by a moving cell such as a white blood cell is called what? Phagocytosis
Molecules & water from higher pressure to lower pressure areas with the energy of pressure NOT ATP is what kind of transport? Filtration
This epithelium is made up of many layers of cells and the surface cells are flat. Stratisfied squamous
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