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Cell membrane transport white board activity
1. Be able to define and locate each of the cell organelles. (Nucleus,
cytoplasm, nucleolus, ER (smooth, rough), chloroplast, cell wall,
lysosome, ribosomes, central vacuole, golgi apparatus,
chromatin/DNA, cilia, flagella).
2. Diagram a phospholipid bilayer, and explain why the plasma
membrane is selectively permeable.
3. Define turgor pressure, plasmolysis, and how it affects plants, and
plant cells.
4. Know the difference between passive and active transport, define the
three types of passive transport. Define the terms endo and
exocytosis, phago and pinocytosis, and illustrate each term.
5. Differentiate between hyper, hypo, and isotonic solutions. Make sure
to predict the movement of water in each solution. Explain the results
of vinegar, syrup, and water on an egg.
6. Illustrate and explain the sodium-potassium pump, and what role ATP
plays in it. What does affinity mean, and how does it affect the NA-K
7. Explain the effect of the concentration of sucrose in the potato core