Biology I-Unit 3 Homeostasis

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What molecule makes up the main backbone of the plasma membrane?

Phospholipid

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What is the type of transport that used energy

Active Transport

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Cell membranes let certain things in and out. What is the scientific term for that?

Semipermeable

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Active transport is going from what to what concentration?

Low to high

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What is the term for the movement of water?

Osmosis

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What is the term for low solutes?

Hypotonic

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Which part of the phospholipid is hydrophilic?

Phosphate heads

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TRUE OR FALSE - transport through a protein is ALWAYS active transport

FALSE: it could be facilitated diffusion (passive)

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Maintaining an internal stable environment despite the external environment is what?

Homeostasis

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The movement of materials into a cell through a vesicle is called what?

Endocytosis

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If a cell and a solution have equal solutes, what term is that?

Isotonic

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Something that causes a reaction is what?

Stimulus

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If I have a pitcher of Kool Aid, water is the what?

Solvent

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<p>Where is the hydrophobic region in the membrane?</p>
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<p>Where is the hydrophobic region in the membrane?</p>

Where is the hydrophobic region in the membrane?

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<p>Where is the hydrophilic region in the membrane?</p>
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Where is the hydrophilic region in the membrane?

1 and 3

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<p>Where would water be found in the membrane?</p>
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<p>Where would water be found in the membrane?</p>

Where would water be found in the membrane?

1 and 3

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<p>Name the process shown in the image</p>
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Name the process shown in the image

Facilitated Diffusion

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Endocytosis

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Simple Diffusion

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Exocytosis

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Active Transport

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<p>Which beaker is the MOST HYPOTONIC solution, as compared to the other beakers and their solutions</p>
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<p>Which beaker is the MOST HYPOTONIC solution, as compared to the other beakers and their solutions</p>

Which beaker is the MOST HYPOTONIC solution, as compared to the other beakers and their solutions

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<p>Which beaker is the MOST HYPERTONIC solution, as compared to the other beakers and their solutions</p>
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<p>Which beaker is the MOST HYPERTONIC solution, as compared to the other beakers and their solutions</p>

Which beaker is the MOST HYPERTONIC solution, as compared to the other beakers and their solutions

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Simple Diffusion

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Exocytosis

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Which body system controls all the other systems and responds to stimuli?

Nervous System

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Which system regulates body temperature with goose bumps, fat, and sweating?

Integumentary System

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Which body system regulates body temperature by shivering?

Muscular System

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Which body system stores and releases minerals as well as produces new blood cells?

Skeletal System

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Which body system controls oxygen and carbon dioxide levels?

Respiratory System

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Which body system breaks down food and removes solid waste?

Digestive System

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Which system delivers nutrients to other systems and picks up waste to be removed?

Urinary System

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When a person is involved in an activity that involves lots of running which body system would be used to maintain homeostasis?

Respiratory System

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A person has just donated blood which body system would be used to maintain homeostasis?

Skeletal System

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A person is outside in the middle of winter which body system would be used to maintain homeostasis?

Muscular System

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