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What is the term for something that is partially hydrophilic and partially hydrophobic such as a phospholipid?
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What is the system that is responsible for shipping a protein called?
Is a larger or smaller SA:V ratio better?
Bulk transport out of a cell is called what
Which type of cell has no nucleus or membrane bound organelles?
Which organelle is responsible for making proteins?
Which organelle is responsible for helping fold proteins right after they are made?
The part of the golgi closest to the endoplasmic reticulum is called what?
Name a protein that moves molecules from high to low concentration.
Channel protein/carrier protein/Gated Ion Channel Proteins
Which organelle fuses with the cell membrane to move materials out of the cell?
What cell membrane structure is responsible for decreasing fluidity in the heat and increasing fluidity in the cold?
What is the name of the channel protein that moves water?
Any molecules moving from an area of high concentration to low concentration is what type of transport?
What are the two possible names for proteins that go all the way through both layers of the cell membrane?
Integral and transmembrane
Active transport moves molecules from what concentration to what concentration?
Low to high
Which part of the phospholipid is hydrophilic?
The DNA and ribosomes of chloroplasts and mitochondria closely resembles what organism's DNA?
The organelle responsible for the conversion of light energy into chemical energy is what?
If there is more salt in a beaker than inside a cell where will water move?
Does a membrane have more fluidity if it is saturated or unsaturated?
What is the pressure potential in an open beaker?
What is the transport of molecules from high to low concentration through the membrane called?
Protein pumps require what form of energy?
Diffusion through a protein is called what?
If a cell's water potential is -3 bars and a beaker's water potential is -7 bars, where will water move?
Chloroplasts and mitochondria have two membranes due to what theory?
Which organelle is responsible for containing enzymes and breaking down substances?
What pigment is found inside chloroplasts?
If water potential is low, is solute concentration high or low?