Encloses the contents of a cell.
Allows material to enter and leave the cell.
Is selectively permeable.
All of the above.
Water to move into the cell.
Water to move out of the cell.
Solutes to move into the cell.
Solutes to move out of the cell.
Breaks down lipids, carbs, and proteins from food
Stores water, salt, proteins, and carbs
Keeps the cell wall in place
Regulates which materials enter and leave the cell
Move across the membrane to the outside of the cell.
Stop moving across the membrane.
Move across the membrane in both directions.
Move across the membrane to the inside of the cell.
The solution is hypertonic to the cell.
The solution and the cell have equal concentrations of solutes.
The solution is hypotonic to the cell.
The solution and the cell have equal concentrations of water.