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Transcript
Cell Transport Matching
Name ______________
Provide an example from the
book.
concentration
gradient
Provide an example from the
book.
equilibrium
Provide an example from the
book.
passive
transport
Provide an example from the
book.
Types of Passive Transport- substances move down the concentration gradient
Diffusion
How is this different from
diffusion?
osmosis
Why can’t ions slide through the
membrane like water?
ion channel
carrier
proteins
Why can’t sugars and amino acids
slide through the membrane like
water? (hint: think about their size)
What are some examples of
molecules that travel this way?
facilitated
diffusion
Types of Active Transport- substances move against the concentration gradient
active
transport
Are substances still randomly
spreading out or are they being
purposely sorted?
a) Would diffusion move these
ions in the same directions the
pump does?
sodiumpotassium
pump
b) Why does this pump require so
much energy? (hint: think of
fish swimming upstream)
What types of substances are
transported this way?
endocytosis
Why?
What types of substances are
transported this way?
exocytosis
Why?
Cell Transport Matching
Cut out the definitions and pictures and use pages 73-83 in your Biology book to match the correct definition and picture with
each term on the next page. The pictures, definitions or summaries are not identical to the wording the book provides, you will
need to think about each description to determine which word it fits with.
Answer the questions on the right of the page about each of the terms and transportation methods.
A
the cell membrane
wraps around a
substance and forms a
bubble or vesicle that
carries it into the cell
E
vesicles filled with
materials bump into
and fuse with the cell
membrane releasing
their contents outside
of the cell
I
movement that
requires energy from
the cell because
substances are moved
against their
concentration gradient
B transporters that carry F
J
substances across the
exists when a
a tunnel that allows
cell membrane that
substance is equally
ions to diffuse through
cannot cross on their
spread throughout an
the cell membrane
own thru normal
area.
diffusion
C pumps sodium out of G random bumping of
K
the cell and potassium
particles causes a net
exists when a
into the cell, both are
movement from a
substance is not
pushed against their
highly concentrated
equally spread
concentration
area to a lowly
throughout an area
gradients
concentrated area
D
H
movement that
L
water moves through a
uses carrier proteins to
requires no energy
selectively permeable
carry larger
from the cell because
membrane to an area
substances through
substances move
with lower
the cell membrane
down their
concentration of water
concentration gradient
1
6
2
7
3
8
high concentration
low concentration
4
9
5
10
Name ______________
Cell Transport Matching
Cut out the definitions on the next page and use pages 73-83 in your Biology book to match the correct definition with each term. The definitions or
summaries are not identical to the wording the book provides, you will need to think about each description to determine which word it fits with.
Answer the questions on the right of the page about each of the terms and transportation methods.
Provide an example from the book.
concentration
gradient
K=
exists when a substance is not
equally spread throughout an area.
Provide an example from the book.
equilibrium
passive
transport
F=
exists when a substance is equally
spread throughout an area.
Provide an example from the book.
H=
movement that requires no energy
from the cell because substances move
down their concentration gradient
G=
Diffusion
osmosis
ion channel
random bumping of particles causes
a net movement from a highly
concentrated area to a lowly concentrated
area
Provide an example from the book.
How is this different from diffusion?
L=
water moves through a selectively
permeable membrane to an area with
lower concentration of water
J=
a tunnel that allows ions to diffuse
through the cell membrane
Why can’t ions slide through the membrane like
water?
carrier
proteins
facilitated
diffusion
active
transport
sodiumpotassium
pump
endocytosis
exocytosis
B = transporters that carry substances
Why can’t sugars and amino acids slide through the
membrane like water? (hint: think about their size)
across the cell membrane that cannot
cross on their own thru normal diffusion
D=
uses carrier proteins to carry larger
substances through the cell membrane
I=
movement that requires energy from
the cell because substances are moved
against their concentration gradient
C
= pumps sodium out of the cell and
potassium into the cell, both are pushed
against their concentration gradients
A = the cell membrane wraps around a
Are substances still randomly spreading out or are
they being purposely sorted?
c) Would diffusion move the sodium and potassium
ions in the same directions the pump does?
d) Why do you think this pump requires so much
energy? (hint: think of fish swimming upstream)
What types of substances are transported this way?
Why?
substance and forms a bubble or vesicle
that carries it into the cell
E = vesicles filled with materials bump
into and fuse with the cell membrane
releasing their contents outside of the cell
What types of substances are transported this way?
Why?