1. Where is active transport most likely to happen?
- In the lungs, when blood is being oxygenated.
- In the brain, when neurones are travelling the wrong way.
- In the digestive system, when nutrients should be taken to the blood.
- At the gym.
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2. What is inside the lungs?
- Alveoli - air sacs for gas exchange.
- Capillaries - to carry the blood.
- Villi - for gas exchange.
- Air - for breathing.
3. Can cells absorb ions from very dilute solutions?
- I don't know.
- Yes - through active transport.
- No - there are more particles in the cells than in the dilute solution.
- It depends on the solution.
4. What is osmosis?
- The movement of water molecules across a partially permeable membrane from a region of high water concentration to a region of low water concentration.
- The way in which large particles move across cell walls in the bloodstream.
- The same as diffusion
- The movement of water particles from an area to low concentration to an area of high concentration.
5. Which of these is NOT an adaptation of alveoli?
- A large surface area.
- Most lining for dissolving gases.
- Very thick walls to protect themselves from high pressure.
- A good blood supply.