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Cell transport worksheet

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  • 1. Name ______________________________________ Date _______ Per. _____ Cell Transport Root, Prefix, or Suffix Definition -cyto- cell endo- inside exo- outside hyper- high hypo- low iso- equal -lysis to divide or split phago- to eat/ingest pino- to drink plasm- cell or tissue substance -sis action or process -tonic solution concentrationUsing the list of roots, prefixes, and suffixes and their definitions, infer the literal meaningsof the words below.endo-cyto-sis ____________________________________________________________exo-cyto-sis _____________________________________________________________phago-cyto-sis ___________________________________________________________pino-cyto-sis _____________________________________________________________hyper-tonic ______________________________________________________________hypo-tonic ______________________________________________________________iso-tonic ________________________________________________________________Now skim through chapter 7-3 starting on page182 and write the definitions of the words.endo-cyto-sis ____________________________________________________________exo-cyto-sis _____________________________________________________________phago-cyto-sis ___________________________________________________________pino-cyto-sis _____________________________________________________________hyper-tonic ______________________________________________________________hypo-tonic ______________________________________________________________iso-tonic ________________________________________________________________ D. Sanders rev. 3/11

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