How does the channel protein aid in the movement of particles through the cell membrane?
If A cell is placed in a solution with a salt concentration much higher than in the cell cytoplasm (inside of the cell). Why does the cell shrink?
Which organelle performs Cellular Respiration?
What is cellular respiration?
A decrease in the rate of oxygen released by a plant cell is due to the decreasing activity of what plant organelle?
Lack of what organelle, is a characteristic of a prokaryotic cells?
What is the main difference between Eukaryotic and
Why do living things need a regular supply of carbohydrates?
Which macromolecule is the main component of the cell membrane?
If a cell was placed into a solution, what type of scenario would allow for water to flow from the cell to the surrounding solution?
Which diagram shows the processes of passive transport?
Which organelle can increases its activity to make more energy available for the cell?
Which cell structures are found in Prokaryotic cells and Eukaryotic Cells?
What do carrier proteins do in Active Transport?
How would drinking sea water (salt water) affect the cells in the body?
What special name means the diffusion of water?
What is the name of the movement of molecules that flow from a high concentration to a low concentration?
What is meant by the word EQUILIBRIUM?
Which cell structure allows for a cell to take in food and remove waste products form the surrounding environments?
The (FILL IN THE BLANK) are organelles that contains enzymes
necessary for intracellular digestion
The (FILL IN BLANK) modifies proteins before they are used by the cell or transported out.
What takes place in the structure labeled 4? (The arrow is pointing to the little dots on the Endoplasmic Reticulum...)
Which organelle stores the information that codes for protein structures?
Which cell organelle is responsible for photosynthesis?
Which macromolecule has a structure made up of an amino acid chain?
What is the function of enzymes?
Maltase is an enzyme found in cells. The diagram shows the activity of Maltase: What is the function of maltase in the cell?
Which of the pictured molecules is a Nucleic Acid?
What are the main functions of the macro-molecule protein?
What is the type of macro-molecule pictured and what is it's function?
When diffusion is complete, cells reach an............?