Communication & Crossing Membranes

HideShow resource information
  • Created by: Farhin
  • Created on: 04-11-13 17:56
Cell Signalling
Communication between cells using signals
1 of 17
Target Cells / Organs
Organs / Cells that respond to particles / molecules
2 of 17
Simple Diffusion
Molecules cross membrane without any help
3 of 17
Facilitated Diffusion
Molecules cross the molecule with the help of protiens
4 of 17
What Is The Rate Affected By?
Temperature, Concentration Gradient, Stirring / Movement, Surface Area, Distance, Size Of Molecule
5 of 17
Diffusion
Movement Of Molecules From Area Of High Concentration To An Area Of Low Concentration
6 of 17
Why Is Diffusion Passive?
All Molecules Have Their Own Kinetic Energy
7 of 17
Which Molecules Move During Facilitated?
Charged Or Large Molecules
8 of 17
Channel Protein
Pore That Spans The Membrane
9 of 17
Carrier Protein
Protein Changes Shape To Let Molecule Through
10 of 17
Active Transport
Movement Of Molecules Against Concentration Gradient
11 of 17
Why Is ATP Used?
Protein Changes Shape Going Against Concentration Gradient Which Both Need Energy
12 of 17
What Is Bulk Transport?
Movement Of Large Molecules / Group Of Molecules
13 of 17
Endocytosis
Movement Of Molecules Into The Membrane
14 of 17
Exocytosis
Movement Of Molecules Out Of The Membrane
15 of 17
Pino
Liquid Substance
16 of 17
Phago
Solid Substance
17 of 17

Other cards in this set

Card 2

Front

Organs / Cells that respond to particles / molecules

Back

Target Cells / Organs

Card 3

Front

Molecules cross membrane without any help

Back

Preview of the back of card 3

Card 4

Front

Molecules cross the molecule with the help of protiens

Back

Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

Front

Temperature, Concentration Gradient, Stirring / Movement, Surface Area, Distance, Size Of Molecule

Back

Preview of the back of card 5
View more cards

Comments

No comments have yet been made

Similar Biology resources:

See all Biology resources »See all Cellular processes resources »