Transport in and out of cells

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1. 'Pumping' of substances from an area of lower concentration to an are of higher concentration using energy from the cell (opposite to diffusion)

  • Active Transport
  • Diffusion
  • Osmosis
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2. What is active transport usually used for?

  • To move substances into the cell
  • To move substances out of the cell

3. Moving up the concentration gradient is...

  • Going from a low concentration to a higher one
  • Going from a high concentration to a lower one

4. Moving down the concentration gradient is...

  • Going from a high concentration to a lower one
  • Going from a low concentration to a higher one

5. Can water, oxygen and carbon dioxide diffuse in and out of cells?

  • Yes
  • No

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