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Slide 2 Slide 3 Jeopardy Slide 4 Slide 5 Slide 6 Slide 7 Slide 8 Slide 9 Slide 10 Slide 11 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Slide 12 This type of transport occurs without energy and particles flow from high to low concentration. Slide 13 Passive Transport Slide 14 Particles flow from high to low concentration with the help of membrane proteins. Slide 15 Facilitated Diffusion Slide 16 This type of transport requires energy because the particles flow from low to high concentrations. Slide 17 Active Transport Slide 18 Engulfing of large particles or liquids from outside the cell. Slide 19 Endocytosis Slide 20 Release of large particles or liquids from inside the cell. Slide 21 Exocytosis Slide 22 The name of the lipids that are classified as fats and oils. Slide 23 Triglycerides Slide 24 The 3 carbon chain that attaches to long chains of hydrocarbons. Slide 25 Glycerol Slide 26 These long chains of hydrocarbons are major components in lipids. Slide 27 Fatty Acid tails Slide 28 These fatty acid tails contain at least one carbon to carbon double bond Slide 29 Unsaturated Fat Slide 30 These types of fats are found in products such as butter, milk, and shortening. Slide 31 Saturated Fat Slide 32 The area of the cell membrane that is considered hydrophilic. Slide 33 Polar Phosphate Heads Slide 34 Certain types of lipids are synthesized into molecules such as cholesterol, sex hormones, birth control molecules, and cortisone. Slide 35 Steroids Slide 36 The 3 fatty acid tails bond to the glycerol in a lipid through this process. Slide 37 Dehydration Synthesis Slide 38 This type of cell membrane transport occurs when only large particles are engulfed from outside the cell. Slide 39 Phagocytosis Slide 40 Glycoproteins contains this macromolecule that sticks out from the surface of the membrane. Slide 41 carbohydrate Slide 42 The boundary between the cell and the environment. Slide 43 Cell Membrane Slide 44 By bringing in nutrients such as glucose, amino acids, and lipids, and removing waste from the cell, the cell membrane helps maintain this. Slide 45 Homeostasis Slide 46 This describes the cell membranes ability to let some molecules in and keep others out. Slide 47 Selective Permeability Slide 48 This model describes the membrane as flexible; the components move and shift around but make up a pattern. Slide 49 Fluid Mosaic Model Slide 50 These proteins are incorporated in the cell membrane. Slide 51 Integral Proteins Slide 52 These structures make up the general form of the cell membrane, with their phosphate heads and fatty acid tails. Slide 53 Phospholipid Slide 54 This molecule stabilizes the phospholips and keeps them from sticking together. Slide 55 Cholesterol Slide 56 This protein is used to identify the cell. (Cell to Cell recognition) Slide 57 Glycoprotein Slide 58 This protein transports or carries ions into the cell. Slide 59 Carrier Protein Slide 60 Slide 61 This cell membrane component has binding sites for hormones to bind to and cause a reaction to occur. Slide 62 Receptor Protein Slide 63 The net movement of particles from areas of high concentration to low concentration. Slide 64 Diffusion Slide 65 Distilled water is an example of this type of solution. Slide 66 Hypotonic Slide 67 Particles may continue to move but no change in concentration occurs because this has occurred. Slide 68 Equilibrium Slide 69 The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane. Slide 70 Osmosis Slide 71 The solution of salt water in the ocean is an example of this type of solution. Slide 72 Hypertonic Slide 73 Tonic Water Slide 74 Give examples of the three different types of solutions and explain how water molecules would move if a cell was placed in each one.

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