10/05/2020 Movement In and Out of the Cell(Senior Class Biology Study by Topics) 0Comments by Gate Academy Please fill in the information below. NAME EMAIL PHONE NUMBER 1. What is diffusion?The movement of molecules through a semi-permeable membrane from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration.The movement of molecules through a semi-permeable membrane from an area of lower concentration to an area of higher concentration.Molecules desire to spread as far from a membrane as possible.The movement of molecules across a semi-permeable membrane until there are equal amounts on each side of the membrane.2. When a molecule enters a cell via the proteins on its membrane, it has undergone: AdhesionActive transportFacilitated diffusionOsmosis3. What does this image represent? Passive transportPhagocytosisActive transportPinocytosis4. When one cell divides into new cells to reproduce. This process is called ____Cell divisionCell additionCell subtractionCell production5. Why does oxygen diffuse into the blood from an alveolus in the lungs?The oxygen concentration in the alveolus is greater than in the blood.The oxygen concentration in the alveolus is greater than the carbon dioxide concentration in the blood.The oxygen concentration in the blood is greater than in the alveolus.The oxygen concentration in the blood is greater than the carbon dioxide concentration in the alveolus.6. Process that moves any material from high concentrations to low concentrations is called ____OsmosisActive transportDiffusionEndocytosis7. The plant cell consists of following exceptchloroplastcell membranenone of thesecytoplasm8. Prokaryotic Cells lack A cell membraneGenetic materialA nucleusCytoplasm9. What is the jelly like substance found inside a cell? Cell membraneChloroplastNucleusCytoplasm10. Lipids cannot pass through the cell membrane because they are too large to fit through. TrueFalse11. Which organelle is responsible for the chemical energy needed for the cell to function? RibosomesMitochondriaLysosomesGolgi apparatus12. The process in which the movement of materials across a membrane requires energy is ____. Passive transportDiffusionActive transportFacilitated diffusion13. The part of a plant cell that gives it a regular shape is the _____. Cell membraneChloroplastsCytoplasmCell wall14. Which of the following cell structures assembles proteins using coded instructions that come from the nucleus? RibosomeGolgi apparatusVacuoleMitochondrion15. Active transport is the movement ofmolecules from a region of their higher concentration to a region of their lower concentration.water through a partially permeable membrane from a more dilute to a more concentrated solution.urine by relaxation of a sphincter muscle in the bladder.particles from a region of lower concentration to a region of higher concentration using energy from respiration.16. Which of these molecules can pass through a cell via active transport?EthanolGlucoseStarchOxygen17. Which structure provides the best surface for diffusion?bronchiolestracheaatriumileum18. Which part of the cell is made up of a network of filaments that maintains the cell structure? VacuolesEndoplasmic reticulumCytoplasmCytoskeleton19. Which part of the cell makes substances that do NOT contain proteins?RibosomesSmooth endoplasmic reticulumRough Endoplasmic ReticulumNucleolus20. Which part of the cell has the genetic material and is often called the "brain of the cell?"Nuclear membraneNucleolusNucleusRibosome21. A solution that has a greater concentration than a cell, it would be a ____ solution.HeterogeneousHypertonicIsotonicHypotonic22. Which is NOT found in a prokaryotic cell? Cell wallNucleusCell membraneCytoplasm23. Which of these does require energy? GravityActive TransportOsmosisPassive Transport24. Prokaryotic Cells lackGenetic materialA cell membraneCytoplasmA nucleus25. Diffusion is the movement of molecules from An area of equilibrium to an area of high concentrationAn area of low concentration to an area of high concentrationAll of the aboveAn area of high concentration to an area of low concentrationTime is Up!