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Diffusion and Osmosis Online Quiz

Description: what is osmosis and # what is diffusion # what is thermodynamics
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_______ is cellular eating; _______ is cellular drinking.

  1. Pinocytosis; Phagocytosis

  2. Apoptosis; Lysis

  3. Apoptosis; Pinocytosis

  4. Phagocytosis; Pinocytosis


Correct Option: D

The movement of large particles into the cell during Active Transport is known as

  1. Exocytosis

  2. Apoptosis

  3. Lysis

  4. Endocytosis


Correct Option: D

The movement of large particles out of the cell during Active Transport is known as

  1. Apoptosis

  2. Exocytosis

  3. Endocytosis

  4. Lysis


Correct Option: B

________ is used as energy during Active Transport.

  1. DNA

  2. RNA

  3. ATP

  4. H2O


Correct Option: C

The movement of molecules against a concentration gradient is known as

  1. Osmosis

  2. Facilitated Diffusion

  3. Diffusion

  4. Actice Transport


Correct Option: D

The diffusion of water and dissolved solutions at the same rate is known as a(n)

  1. Hypertonic Solution

  2. Isotonic Solution

  3. Hypotonic Solution

  4. Solvent


Correct Option: B

The 2nd Law of ______ governs biological systems. The universe tends toward disorder (entropy).

  1. Thermodynamics

  2. Chemistry

  3. Physics

  4. Dynamics


Correct Option: A

Which way does water move in a hypotonic solution?

  1. water diffuses out of the cell

  2. no movement of water

  3. water diffuses into the cell

  4. none of the above


Correct Option: C

Which way does the water move in a hypertonic solution?

  1. no movement of water

  2. water diffuses out of the cell

  3. water diffuses into the cell

  4. none of the above


Correct Option: B

What is a hypotonic solution?

  1. solute concentration is higher outside the cell

  2. equal solute concentration inside and outside the cell

  3. solute concentration is higher inside the cell

  4. none of the above


Correct Option: C

What is a hypertonic solution?

  1. solute concentration is higher outside the cell

  2. equal solute concentration inside and outside the cell

  3. solute concentration is higher inside the cell

  4. none of the above


Correct Option: A

Which of the following are examples of Passive Transport?

  1. Diffusion

  2. Osmosis

  3. Facilitated Diffusion

  4. All of the above


Correct Option: D

Having the ability to pass through a membrane

  1. Semi-Permeable

  2. Impermeable

  3. Permeable

  4. Isotonic


Correct Option: C

transport through a cell membrane down the concentration gradient with carrier proteins

  1. Passive Transport

  2. Catalyst

  3. Protein Synthesis

  4. Facilitated Diffusion


Correct Option: D

The movement of substances down the concentration gradient that does not require energy

  1. Facilitated Diffusion

  2. Passive Transport

  3. Catalyst

  4. Solution


Correct Option: B

The substance doing the dissolving is the

  1. Solvent

  2. Solution

  3. Solute

  4. Substance


Correct Option: A

Not being able to pass through the membrane is known as

  1. Semi-permeable

  2. Isotonic

  3. Impermeable

  4. Permeable


Correct Option: C

The substance being dissolved is the

  1. Solution

  2. Solvent

  3. Substance

  4. Solute


Correct Option: D

The movement of particles from regions of high concentration to regions of low concentration

  1. Osmosis

  2. Hypotonic

  3. Hypertonic

  4. Diffusion


Correct Option: D

Equal concentration of a substance throughout the space is known as

  1. Equilibrium

  2. Hypertonic

  3. Osmosis

  4. Hypotonic


Correct Option: A

movement of water across a membrane from a high concentration of water to a low concentration

  1. Diffusion

  2. Cell Division

  3. Osmosis

  4. Protein Synthesis


Correct Option: C
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