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chapter 3 cells conn

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what two types of cells are there prokaryotic and eukaryotic
A two phase process that reproduces eukaryotic cells are the interphase and mitotic
what are the four phases of Mitosis Prophase, metaphase, anaphase, telophase
what is the term for division of cells meiosis
in the prokaryotic cells, what is the process in which the cells divide binary fission
how are the eukaryotic cells divided mitosis
what 3 things do the interphase cells do stockpile needed materials, copy dna, make new organelles
what makes up the largest group of pathogens bacteria
what bacteria lives within us or on us normal flora
what must enter another cell and "hijack" the cells parts, energy supply, and materials to do all cellular activity viruses
what is a one-celled animal like organism that can be found in water protozoa
what enzyme is missing in people with PKU phenylalanine
the cells all work together to allow for proper functioning of the processes necessary for life . what are they digestion, respiration, reproduction, movement, and heat and energy
what acts as a protective covering in order for the cell to maintain integrity and survive cytoplasma
what contains specialized structures to help regulate the movement of things in and out of the cell selective permeable
what are the two transport methods of cells passive, and active
passive transport can be divided into four types, what are they diffusion, osmosis, filtered, and facilitated diffusion
what is it called when a substance of higher concentration moves into a lower concentration diffusion
what is the middle ground between two concentrations concentration gradient
what is it called when a substance moves from a lower concentration to a higher concentration osmosis
what is it called when a substance is forced across a membrane due to high pressure filtration
a transport protein that gets help moving across a membrane is facilitated diffusion
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