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  1. 1. c c c Cell growth &Reproduction
  2. 2. Active Transport• Active transport is the movement of molecules against a concentration gradient. There are different types of active transport that occur inside the cell such as; exocytosis, pinocytosis, phagocytosis, and facilitated diffusion. An example of active transport is the Sodium Potassium pump which pumps potassium into the cell and sodium out of the cell.• Try out your skills to complete the word search with active transport vocabulary!! O S F F S T R O S N A R T E V I T C A M G Z I O I Y T C O V I D P I Y E A W J F B E B S S V U R D Q F S C D X G T S A L V U M T O I F Q I F L M G R P A D C R S S K A G T T T K U W M C M N V G I O I S H B W A Y B Y T M C M H P E Y L H S P M G S O H C F E C P H O Z F G I R O V E D B X Q A O A L Y O O D D D A O T O S Y S V A B P N S X V T G Z O T V Y C H O J E K P E D I G A Q A G A E S C J M K P W U N L F K P X R L S J D H O I U E U F Z K X P Q F M E J A S D H X P J G Z X E F P Z M T O K N Z A I X E W S U X A Y F P G O W I K J T A F U M D U C V F H S E D Y S L Q Y P D F S M L C V H B K W U W H N C M Z B V U N T P M P D C D B B Z S L N Q R E Y S C P Y U G K A S A B M N M J R R Y M I D G M H M W V S X J K A E Z M B M J O U B V F T P D G I M B I V C X Y V B N O M X Y R C L I T I Q C N X F U U V ACTIVETRANSORT EXOCYTOSIS FACILIATEDDIFFUSION PHAGOCYTOSIS PINOCYTOSIS SODIUMPOTASSIUMPUMP
  3. 3. Process by which cells build proteins The main two steps of protein synthesis are Transcription and translationUse the clues to translate the definitions in to the correct term,And transcribe them in to the puzzle!
  4. 4. Mitosis is the process of organizing and distributing nuclear DNA during cell division and is a continuous process. (1) page 111Stages of Mitosis: 1. InterphaseDNA has replicated, but has notformed the condensed structureof chromosome. They remain asloosely coiled chromatin. (2) ©2 2. Prophase During prophase, the nuclear envelope falls apart as the paired chromatids coil up to form dense, compact chromosomes. Prophase literally means “before-phase” (1) page 111 ©2 3. Metaphase The spindle fibres attach themselves to the centromeres of the chromosomes and align the chromosomes at the equatorial plate. (2) ©2
  5. 5. 4. Anaphase Anaphase begins as soon as all the chromosomes have aligned along the cells equator. During this phase, the centromere of each chromosome splits to form ©2 two chromosomes, eachconsisting of a single DNA molecule. (1) page 111 5. TelophaseThe DNA is returned to itsoriginal form and location withinthe cell. (1) page 111 ©2
  6. 6. Catabolism Anabolism Enzymes The break-down of cells making complexfood compounds or molecules from simpler cytoplasmic compounds for example constituents into making hormones which issimpler compounds; complex from amino acids the opposite of which it is simpler anabolism A Biochemical substance allowing chemical reactions to take place. A functional protein that regulates numerous metabolic pathways of the body.