chapter 3 section 4 looking inside cells
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DESCRIPTIONChapter 3 Section 4 Looking Inside Cells. Big Idea. California Standards. Science Standard 7.1.a: Students know cells function similarly in all living organisms. Paraphrase:. C ells function similarly in all living organisms. Open to page 102. Looking Inside Cells. Big Idea. Input. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation
18.1 The Origins of the Reformation
Chapter 3 Section 4Looking Inside CellsBig Idea
1California StandardsScience Standard 7.1.a:Students know cells function similarly in all living organisms.
Cells function similarly in all living organisms. Open to page 1023
Looking Inside CellsBig Idea
4Inputselectively permeable: A property of cell membranes that allows some substances to pass through, while others cannot.diffusion: The process by with molecules move from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration.osmosis: The diffusion of water molecules through a selectively permeable membrane.passive transport: The movement of material through a cell membrane without using the cells energy.active transport: The movement of material through a cell membrane using the cells energy.
If two solutions of different concentration are separated by a semi-permeable membrane which is permeable to to the smaller solvent molecules but not to the larger solute molecules, then the solvent will tend to diffuse across the membrane from the less concentrated to the more concentrated solution. This process is called osmosis. Osmosis is of great importance in biological processes where the solvent is water. The transport of water and other molecules across biological membranes is essential to many processes in living organisms.
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Summary:Input: Science Standard 7.1.b and RC 2.1Active Transport Passive TransportRequires energyNo energy requiredMaterial moves in andout.
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9Different PerspectivesPassive Transport: Materials pass through the cell membrane without using any energy.This is like when you ride a bike and you start down a hill and there is no need to pedal because gravity is pulling you down.This can be in diffusion and osmosis
Active Transport: Transport proteins move material across the membrane using the cells energy.This is when you are pedaling up a hill. It is slow and you have to work hard so you have to use a lot of your own energy.When the cell needs to take in something from higher concentration.
Diffusion-Move from high concentration to lower concentration
Independent PracticeThe Cell in its Environment Worksheet #1-11212