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  • 1. Five Woman Wolf Pack
  • 2. Passive Active Cell Protein GrowthTransport Transport Metabolism synthesis 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500
  • 3. Once equilibrium has occurred butbalanced diffusion of small numbers of molecules may continue
  • 4. In what instance would diffusion stop?
  • 5. True, dialysis is a form of diffusionthat results in separation of small and large solute particles.
  • 6. True or False? Dialysis is aform of diffusion that results in separation of small and large solute particles.
  • 7. toward the more concentrated solution
  • 8. What is the overall direction of osmosis?
  • 9. facilitated diffusion
  • 10. what is called when moleculesdiffuse via special transportsproteins found within the cell membrane?
  • 11. filtration is driven by a hydrostatic pressure gradient
  • 12. What is filtration driven by?
  • 13. A type of active transport
  • 14. What is engulfing?
  • 15. the movement of materials through a cell membrane from low to high concentration by using energy
  • 16. What is active transport?
  • 17. transport pouch of phospholipids
  • 18. what is a vesicle?
  • 19. uptake of liquids or large moleculesinto a cell by inward folding of the cell membrane
  • 20. What is Endocytosis?
  • 21. Energy
  • 22. active transport uses
  • 23. The breakdown of complexmolecules in living organisms to form simpler ones with the release of energy.
  • 24. What is Catabolism?
  • 25. the synthesis in living organisms of more complex substances from simpler ones
  • 26. What is Anabolism?
  • 27. A substance produced by a livingorganism that acts as a catalyst tobring about a specific biochemical reaction.
  • 28. What are Enzymes?
  • 29. Without it, our cells would die.
  • 30. Why is cellular metabolism important to life?
  • 31. Yes, Anabolism and Catabolism take place at the same time
  • 32. Does Anabolism and Catabolism take place at the same time?
  • 33. Made of RNA and makes proteins
  • 34. what is ribosomes
  • 35. Process in which the DNA moleculeis used as a template to form mRNA
  • 36. what is transcription
  • 37. Process in which mRNA is used by ribosomes in the synthesis of a protein
  • 38. what is translation
  • 39. Strand that is formed as it peels away from the DNA strand
  • 40. what is mRNA
  • 41. Site of translation
  • 42. what is Cytoplasm
  • 43. Cell growth and reproduction arethe most fundamental of all living functions
  • 44. What two terms are the mostfundamental of all living functions?
  • 45. • During the cell growth phase is were a newly formed cell produces new molecules
  • 46. What phase has a newlyformed cell produces new molecules?
  • 47. By splitting themselves into separate cells
  • 48. What is Cell reproduce?
  • 49. Process of mitosis
  • 50. Cell reproduction or cell decision is accomplished by what process?
  • 51. Splitting the plasma membrane and cytoplasm into two is called cytokinesis
  • 52. What is Cytokinesis?