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Plasma Membrane Review. Define all terms (including hydrophilic, hydrophobic, crenate, and lyse ). 2. Identify diagrams of cells placed in various solution concentrations. 3. Predict the movement of water when a cell is placed in various solutions.

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Plasma Membrane Review

Define all terms (including hydrophilic, hydrophobic,

crenate, and lyse).

2. Identify diagrams of cells placed in various solution concentrations.

3. Predict the movement of water when a cell is placed in

various solutions.

Describe the composition of the plasma membrane and function

of each part.

What is CF? What are the causes, symptoms, treatments frequency

of occurrence?

Describe selective permeability and factors that can affect a

molecule’s ability to move through a membrane.

Describe an experiment that would test the permeability of a

membrane using iodine and starch solutions. Include your expected

results and conclusions.

What does it mean that iodine is an indicator for starch?

Compare Passive and Active Transport. (including examples of each)

Describe the process of dialysis.