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science test 4

Diffusion the movement of particles from an area of higher consentration to an area of lower consentration
Osmosis the diffusion of water across a cell membrane
Passive transport simple diffusion through a cell membrane's protiens
Active transport moving materials through the cell membrane's protiens from an area of lower consentration to an area of higher consentration
Endocytosis the cell membrane surrounds a large particle bringing it into the cell
Exocyctosis The ER or gogi complex forms a vescile that takes large particles for removal from the cell
Photosynthesis producing glucose by capturing light energy (takes place in the chloroplasts)
formula of photosynthesis 6co2+6h2o+light/ energy=c6h12o6+6o2
cellular respiration producing ATP by using oxygen to break down sugar
fermentation producing ATP from sugar without using oxygen
the cell cycle the life cycle of a cell
Binary fission simple cell division in bacteria in which one cell splits into two
mitosis the division of a cell's nuculus into two so that each daughter cell recieves an identical copy of the cell's original chromosomes
formula for cellular respiration c6h12o6+6o2=6co2+6h2o+ATP
chromosome a coiled structure of DNA and protein that forms in the nuculus during cell division
cytokinesis after mitosis the process in which the cytoplasm divides into two
Created by: murphyse