Cell Processes Review
•Osmosis is the
diffusion of
___________ through
a cell membrane?
• WATER
•What are the
products/produced of
photosynthesis?
GLUCOSE and OXYGEN
(waste)
When particles are moved
through a membrane from a
region of low concentration to
a region of high concentration,
the process is called
active transport
When vesicles are formed at the
endoplasmic reticulum of Golgi
complex and they carry large
particles to the cell membrane to
exit the cell, this is called
EXOCYTOSIS
Most all of the
energy that fuels life
comes from
SUN
How would sugar entering a cell
that already contains a high
concentration of sugar get
thorough a cell membrane and
into the cell?
ACTIVE TRANSPORT
When a cell membrane surrounds
a particle, encloses it in a vesicle,
and brings the particle into the
cell, this is called
ENDOCYTOSIS
The equation:
6CO2 + 6H2O + light energy
--------› C6H1206 + 6O2
is the equation for
PHOTOSYNTHESIS
The process of photosynthesis
takes place in the _________of
the plant cell.
CHLOROPLASTS
Cellular respiration
takes place in a cell’s
MITOCHONDRIA
What type of energy is
produced as a result of the
process of cellular respiration?
ATP
The equation:
C6H12O6 + 6O2 --------›6CO2
+ 6H2O + energy (ATP) is the
equation for
CELLULAR RESPIRATION
What gas do animals take out of
the atmosphere and use in the
process of cellular respiration?
OXYGEN
What waste gas is produced by
the process of photosynthesis?
OXYGEN
What waste gas is produced
by the process of cellular
respiration?
CARBON DIOXIDE
_________________ is the
movement of dissolved materials
through a cell membrane without
using cellular energy.
passive transport
is the movement of materials
through a cell membrane using
cellular energy.
active transport
What gas do plants take out of
the atmosphere and use in the
process of photosynthesis?
CARBON DIOXIDE
Cells have
___________________
membranes so some substances
can pass through the membrane
while others can’t.
selectively permeable
The diffusion of water
molecules through a
selectively permeable
membrane
Osmosis
The process used to
remove large particles
from a cell.
exocytosis
The natural processes by which
molecules move from an area
of higher concentration to an
area of low concentration.
Diffusion
the process in which a cell
membrane surrounds a particle
and encloses it in a vesicle to
bring it into the cell.
endocytosis
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Cell Processes Review