Essential knowledge and terms about cell transport.

Created March 2020, Offline version here
Video by Paul Anderson, also on his website Bozeman Science.

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What are the two general types of transport?
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What is the main difference between passive and active transport?
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When a substance travels down or along a concentration gradient, what direction is it travelling in?
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Which of the following is an example of passive transport?
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Osmosis can be best described as…
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In the video, it references a U-Tube experiment. Why are the water levels different on either side?
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What is the difference between diffusion and facilitated diffusion?
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Transport of substances using a protein channel from an area of high concentration to low concentration.
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Which of the following correctly models the concept of facilitated diffusion?
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Which of the following is NOT an example of passive transport?
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If a red blood cell is placed in an isotonic solution, would there a physical change to the cell?
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In sodium potassium pumps, what is required for every conformational change of the protein?
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Which of the following is NOT an example of active transport?
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Because some substances need to travel from a low concentration to a high concentration
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In sodium potassium pumps, every molecule of ATP will result in the exchange of…
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What part of the cell is essential to both endocytosis and exocytosis?
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In a Glucose Transport protein (GLUT), what needs to happen for the glucose to be transported into the cell?
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In the lining of the small intestine where most of the nutrients from the food we eat are absorbed, which type of cell transport would most likely take place?
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What causes the conformational change in a sodium potassium pump?
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Exocytosis where molecules move out of the cell and endocytosis where molecules enter the cell