Biology Unit 3 (Further) active transport/diffusion QUIZ

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1. What is Active transport?

  • when substances move against a concentration gradient
  • the movement of cells
  • When water passes into your blood
  • when substances move along a concentration gradient
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2. Where does the energy for active transport come from?

  • Respiration
  • malting
  • fermentation
  • photosynthesis
  • transpiration

3. Why do plants use active transport?

  • for photosynthesis
  • to absorb mineral ions from a more dilute solution (soil)
  • to absorb water

4. some marine animals and birds use active transport?

  • True
  • False

5. Why does your body need oxygen?

  • for cellular respiration
  • protein synthesis
  • transpiration



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got 4 and 8 wrong 1st time and 8 took3 goes. is that really theanswer?

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the answers to questions 8 and 10 are wrong

Sophie kendall

the answers to questions 8 and 10 are wrong

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I have looked at the quiz and corrected the answers to question 8 and 10 for the user. Hopefully this corrects the confusion. Well done to those students who spotted the errors. 

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