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1. Identify the structures in the diagram below.
(6 marks)
2. Matching: Write the letter of the definition next to the vocabulary word that it matches.
_____Passive Transport
a.) Double Layer
b) Needs energy to move materials across the cell
membrane against a concentration difference
_____Active Transport
c) How closely objects are packed
_____Selectively Permeable
d) a property of a cell membrane that allows some substances
to go through, and not others
e) Diffusion of water through a selectively permeable
f) the movement of materials through a cell membrane
without the use of energy
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Multiple Choice: Read each question and circle the best answer.
4. The picture below shows an example of:
Active Transport
Transport Protein
5. The passage of water through a selectively permeable membrane is
a.) Active Transport
b.) Osmosis
c.) Transport Protein
d.) Phospholipids
6. . A cell in a solution maintains its original size and shape. The solution is said to be
_____________ to the cell.
a) isotonic
b) hypotonic
c) hypertonic
d) semi-tonic
6. ___________________ is a type of movement across the cell membrane that requires energy.
a) Osmosis
b) Diffusion
c) Active transport
d) Facilitated diffusion
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7. What happens as a cell increases in size?
a) The surface area decreases.
b) The volume of the cell decreases.
c) The distance from the surface to the centre decreases.
d) More molecules need to be transported across the cell surface
8. The tissue type that is responsible for transporting materials throughout the plant is the
a) dermal tissue.
b) ground tissue.
c) vascular tissue.
d) meristem tissue.
9. ______________ is a term that refers to the attraction of water molecules for each other.
a) Tonicity
b) Adhesion
c) Cohesion
10. Which part of the leaf contains the structures that allow carbon dioxide to enter the leaf?
a) epidermis
b) palisade tissue
c) vascular bundles
d) spongy mesophyll
11. Which of the following terms is a growth in the same direction as the gravitational force?
a) negative gravitropism
b) positive phototropism
c) positive gravitropism
d) negative phototropism
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12. Label the following parts of a typical plant leaf on the diagram provided [9 marks]
upper epidermis
vascular tissue
palisade cells
guard cell
mesophyll cells
lower epidermis
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