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CELL MEMBRANE & CELL TRANSPORT (PASSIVE and ACTIVE) Webquest PART I: CELL MEMBRANES WEBSITE #1: http://www.wisc-online.com/objects/index_tj.asp?objID=AP1101 1. What is the BASIC UNIT of LIFE? 2. What are the TWO MAIN COMPONENTS that make up the CELL MEMBRANE?
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Cell Membrane and Cell Transport WebQuest Part I: Cell Membranes Go to the following website: www.biology4kids.com/files/cell_membrane.html 1. How is the cell membrane similar to a plastic bag with tiny holes? 2. ... Concept 4: Passive and Active Transport
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CELL MEMBRANE PROCESSES WEBQUEST ... What is the major difference between passive and active transport? 8. What are porins and what do they do? 9. What are gated channels and what do they do? 10. Some transport proteins are found in the liver.
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DIFFUSION, OSMOSIS, PASSIVE and ACTIVE TRANSPORT: Go to: http://www.wiley.com/legacy/college/boyer/0470003790/animations/membrane_transport/membr ane_transport.htm Read the first page (OVERVIEW): 1. State two reasons why cell transport is so important. A. B.
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Click on “Passive Transport ”. NOTE: Osmosis and diffusion are forms of passive transport. This animation describes another special case of passive transport called facilitated diffusion.
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Passive and Active Transport WebQuest Connect with Facebook See what your friends know. Learn more. Title: cell transport webquest answers - Bing Created Date:
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Cellular Transport WebQuest Period _____ Date Due: _____ In & Out of the Cell (cell transport) Web Quest All website links can be found on the THS library home page. Objectives: Understand the structure and function of the cell membrane. Understand how cells ...
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Active Transport WebQuest Passive Transport WebQuest WebQuest Answer Key DNA Webquest Answers 1 2 3 4 5 CELL TRANSPORT webquest 4 - Township High School ...
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Homeostasis and Cell Transport Webquest Name: _____ Equilibrium Unit Period: _____ Date: _____ Objectives: Understand the structure and function of the cell membrane. Understand how cells and single–celled organisms maintain homeostasis ...
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This is an example of a) passive transport b) active transport c) facilitated transport d) endocytosis 17. Cell drinking is synonymous with a) cell eating b) endocytosis c) phagocytosis d) pinocytosis 18. If a ...
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Diffusion and Osmosis Webquest Directions: Open http://nwr1biology.com Click on the Biology Book. Look under Semester 1 Assignments until you see the link to “Diffusion and Osmosis Web quest”
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diffusion, b. osmosis, c. active transport 3. higher, lower 4. 5. osmosis 6. diffusion, osmosis, passive 7. Active transport requires the cell to use its own energy while passive transport does not. 8. a. Transfer proteins carry molecules into and out of the cell. b.
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(question taken from http://www.biology.com/webquest/water/intro.html) ANSWERS . List 5 mechanisms by which molecules pass through the plasma membrane. State whether these mechanisms are passive or active (ie use energy or not). Mechanism for crossing
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WebQuest cell theory p. 44 macromolecule p. 45 nucleic acid p. 46 protein p. 47 lipid p. 47 carbohydrate p. 47 cell membrane p. 52 cell wall p. 52 cytoplasm p. 53 cytoskeleton p. 53 organelle p. 54 nucleus p. 55 chloroplast p. 57 passive transport p. 61 diffusion p. 62
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10) PM = differentially permeable b/c it controls what enters and leaves regardless of size. Passive transport = diffusion, both simple and facilitated without ENERGY
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Is diffusion active or passive transport of particles across the cell membrane?_____ 2. In the very beginning, how does the concentration of the blue particles on side A compare to that of side B? 3. What 3 things can molecules moving with kinetic energy do? a. b. c. 4 ...
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• Generally be able to compare and contrast passive and active transport. Title: Microsoft Word - Exam Study Guide for Chapter 7.docx Author: Gina Ciovacco Created Date:
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Cell Structure and Function ... 7.3 Cell Transport Passive transport Active transport 7.4 Homeostasis and Cells ... Complete the linear concept map. Homeostasis and Cell Transport Crossword Answer Key. http://straubel.pbworks.com/f/Homeostasis+and+Cell+Transport+Crossword+Answer+Key.doc
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between passive and active transport. Describe: the sodium-potassium pump. Compare : and contrast endocytosis and exocytosis. List : types of active and passive transport with examples. Resources : Textbook: Modern Biology (2002) Reading:
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Make a comic strip about passive vs active trasnport (plain paper/color) 10 Create a chart, including drawings, comparing types of passive transport and types of active transport 10 7.3 Section Assessment – must be written in effective sentences 5
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b. marker proteins. d. None of the above ____ 106. Sugar molecules cross the cell membrane by a. active transport. c. osmosis. b. facilitated diffusion.
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selective barrier (passive and active transport). SC.912.N.1.4 identify sources of information and assess their reliability according to the strict standards of
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Describe passive transport; distinguish between osmosis, diffusion and facilitated transport. 7. Describe active transport; distinguish among endocytosis, phagocytosis, and exocytosis. Teacher Notes: Concepts Resources Benchmarks: Objectives and Skills
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microscopes used to study cell structures. LA.910.2.2.3 The student will organize information to show understanding or relationships among facts, ideas, and events (e.g., representing key points within text through charting, mapping,
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transport, and active transportoccur and why they are important to cells. • Predict the effect of hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic solutions on a cell. • Sequence the events of the cell cycle. Relate the function of a cell to its organization as a
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