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Bio 105 Dana Hester; SI Leader Mario A.

Carrasco ___ Proteins that span the membrane are referred to as (may be glycoproteins). ___ Proteins that can allow certain molecules to pass across the membrane. ___ Proteins that can combine with specific molecules to help them across the membrane. ___ Proteins on either side of the membrane are referred to as. ___ Cell membrane referred to as being __________ permeable. ___ Membrane is a Phospholipid ______________. ___ Spontaneous movement from high concentration to low concentration is known as ______________. ___ _________ refers to the movement of molecules from high concentration to low concentration until equally distributed. ___ Membrane contains ________ & _________. sphere. ___ Due to lipid composition membrane is _________. A. Carrier Proteins B. Integral Proteins C. Channel Proteins D. Peripheral Proteins E. Fluid F. Selectively G. Bilayer H. Cholesterol & Proteins. I. Diffusion J. Simple Diffusion

1. Name at least 2 characteristics that would determine whether a molecule may or may not pass the membrane. _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ 2. Osmosis refers to the ___________ of _________ or solvent across a membrane. 3. (T or F) When a solute moves across a membrane via diffusion, it is called dialysis. 4. When two different solutions are separated by a semi-permeable, both ____________ and _________ can occur. 5. In an ______________ setting, the solute concentrations of both solutions are the same or very similar inside and outside of the cell. 6. In a ____________ setting, the solute concentration is ___________ outside the cell, and there is a net movement of water out of the cell to balance the concentrations. 7. In plants the shriveling caused by a hypertonic setting is called ______________. 8. In a __________ setting, the solute concentration is greater inside the cell and there will be a net movement of water _________ the cell. 9. (T or F) Turgor pressure caused by a hypotonic setting in plants; helps to support the plant. 10. ___________ diffusion involves using the concentration gradient to move through a protein to cross the membrane. 11. (T or F) In facilitated diffusion carrier proteins are highly specific. 12. ___________ transport involves going _________ the concentration gradient and must move through a protein to cross the membrane. 13. Explain the difference between Exocytosis and Endocytosis, give specifics of each.________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________

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