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By Catdav | Last updated: Aug 7, 2019
| Total Attempts: 358
Movement of substances across the cell membrane is an important process within a cell. The movement can either be through diffusion or osmosis, and we got to cover how these processes take place in our past classes. Take this test for a drive and get to see just how much you understand the process as a whole. All the best!
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Movement of water across a membrane from a less concentrated solution to a more
The concentrated solution is called
____________________ is the movement of a substance to an area of higher concentration to
An area of lower concentration.
Use of a carrier protein that transports molecules through membranes to an area of lower
concentration is called ____________________ ____________________________.
____________________ uses hydrostatic pressure to transfer water and solutes through a membrane from an area of higher pressure to lower pressure.
The sodium pump which pumps excess sodium out of the cell into extracellular fluid is an example of _______________________ _________________________.
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