Get ready for this Cell membrane and transport quiz. How much do you know about cell membrane and transport? The cell membrane's four primary functions include cell signaling, selective transport, excretion of wastes, and structural support. It is a thin, flexible coating around the cells of all living things. It is often described as the plasma membrane. Cell transport refers to the movement of substances across the cell membrane. This quiz is all about the study and function of cells. Get started and prove your knowledge.
Phospholipid bilayer with many other organic compounds
Long amino acid chains
Just a phospholipid bilayer
Cytosol and eukaryotes
Towards the interior
Towards the exterior
The directions are scattered.
No tails exist in the phospholipid bilayer.
The liquid cytosol
Carbon dioxide and iron
The surface of the cell membrane
The rough endoplasmic reticulum
The Golgi apparatus
The interior of the cell membrane
Protein channels and carrier proteins
No real purpose
To house little tiny elves
Keep organisms structured
To maintain homeostasis
Slightly higher concentration outside the cell compared to the inside of the cell.
Equal amounts of a cell in different parts of an organism.
Equal concentrations of a substance inside and outside of the cell.
Slightly lower concentration inside the cell compared to the outside of the cell
Keeping the amount of cytoplasm at a certain level
Keeping all the organelles of the cell healthy
Controlling what the organelles in the cell do
Controlling what moves across the cell membrane
How fast a molecule crosses the membrane
How fast the cell will fill up
How fast the cell can move
How fast the flagellum will be able to grab onto an object
Quickly/at the same speed
At the same speed/slowly
Simple diffusion facilitated diffusion and pumps
Exocytosis, endocytosis, pumps
Exocytosis, endocytosis, osmosis
Simple diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and osmosis
When something moves from a higher concentration to a lower concentration, randomly
When something moves from a lower concentration to a higher concentration
When something stays the same concentration
When something starts to eat away at the cell membrane
When energy is needed to feed the cell
When no energy is needed to help substances move
When energy is needed to move a substance across the cell membrane
When small bits of energy are needed to make the cell move more quickly
A carrier protein
A channel protein
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