Transport, Mitosis and Cellular Energy

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Transport, Mitosis and Cellular Energy
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The 6 forms of cellular transport, mitosis, cellular respiration and photosynthesis
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  1. The movement of small particles through the cell membrane from high to low concentration.
    Diffusion
  2. The movement of water through the cell membrane from high to low concentration.
    Osomosis
  3. The movement of larger particles through protein channels from high to low concentration.
    Passive transport
  4. The movement of larger particles through protein channels from low to high concentration using energy.
    Active transport
  5. The engulfing of particles into a cell.
    Endocytosis
  6. The expelling of particles from the cell.
    Exocytosis
  7. The stage of mitosis in which the DNA is copied
    Interphase
  8. The stage of mitosis where the nuclear membrane disappers and the chromosomes get short and fat.
    Prophase
  9. The stage of mitosis where the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell.
    Metaphase
  10. The stage of mitosis where the chromosomes are pulled apart.
    Anaphase
  11. The stage of mitosis where the nuclear membrane reforms around each set of chromosomes after they have separated.
    Telophase
  12. The stage of mitosis where the cytoplasm divides
    Cytokinesis
  13. These are the cellular organelles that are resposible for pulling the chromosomes apart in mitosis.
    Centrioles
  14. Prokaryotic cells make new cells by this process
    Binary fission
  15. This is the original chromosome and its copy
    Chromatid
  16. This is the process by which eukaryotic cells copies its DNA and makes new cells.
    Mitosis
  17. Abnormal cell division
    Cancer
  18. Growth and repair is done by this process in the cell
    Cell division
  19. What do all organisms need to survive?
    Energy
  20. Which substnce provides humans with their main source of energy?
    Food
  21. The process by which plants and animals break down food using oxygen to make energy
    Cellular respiration
  22. This is the energy molecule
    ATP
  23. These are the reactants for cellular respiration
    Oxygen and food (glucose)
  24. These are the reactants for photosynthesis
    Sunlight, water and carbon dioxide
  25. These are the products for cellular respiration
    Water, carbon dioxide and ATP
  26. These are the products of photosynthesis
    Oxygen and glucose
  27. Photosynthesis takes place in this organelle of plants
    Chloroplast
  28. Cellular respiration takes place in this organelle
    Mitochondria
  29. To provide energy for the work that cells do, all cells need this
    Nutrients
  30. What is a good observation of plants that supports the inference that photosynthesis takes place within it?
    Green color (chlorophyll)
  31. What part of the plant does photosynthesis?
    Leaves

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