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  1. Jeopardy Passive Transport Active Transport Potpourri Membrane Tonicity Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. $100 Question from Lab Testing The solution used to test the presence of starch

  3. $100 Answer from Lab Testing What is iodine?

  4. $200 Question from Lab Testing After using Benedict’s solution, a green colour is present in the test tube. What does this represent?

  5. $200 Answer from Lab Testing What is low glucose levels?

  6. $300 Question from Lab Testing What was smaller the glucose or the dialysis membrane pores? Explain.

  7. $300 Answer from Lab Testing Glucose, because the glucose diffused out of the dialysis pores?

  8. $400 Question from Lab Testing When a bacterial cell was placed in a hypertonic solution, what would happen?

  9. $400 Answer from Lab Testing Plasmolysis would occur, in which the cell wall pulls away from the cell membrane?

  10. $500 Question from Lab Testing Explain the following diagram:

  11. $500 Answer from Lab Testing In a hypertonic environment, molecules start to diffusion down their concentration gradient until they reach a isotonic state.

  12. $100 Question from Tonicity A solution that has more solutes compared to the cell.

  13. $100 Answer from Tonicity What is hypertonic?

  14. $200 Question from Tonicity A solution that has less solute then the cell.

  15. $200 Answer from Tonicity What is hypotonic?

  16. $300 Question from Tonicity A plant cell will demonstrate plasmolysis when placed in this type of solution.

  17. $300 Answer from Tonicity What is a hypertonic solution?

  18. $400 Question from Tonicity A plant was placed in this type of solution if it became turgid (which is normal).

  19. $400 Answer from Tonicity What is hypotonic?

  20. $500 Question from Tonicity This will happen when a blood cell is placed in a hypertonic environment.

  21. $500 Answer from Tonicity What is crenation?

  22. $100 Question from Passive Transport The direction of flow in diffusion.

  23. $100 Answer from Passive Transport What is from high conc. to low conc. (down its concentration gradient)?

  24. $200 Question from Passive Transport If we place a gummy bear in water, and let it sit overnight, this process would occur.

  25. $200 Answer from Passive Transport What is osmosis?

  26. $300 Question from Passive Transport This type of passive transport requires proteins.

  27. $300 Answer from Passive Transport What is facilitated diffusion?

  28. $400 Question from Passive Transport A small solid molecule wants to get into the intracellular space (from the extracellular region) and will travel down its conc. gradient. It will use this type of transport.

  29. $400 Answer from Passive Transport What is diffusion?

  30. $500 Question from Passive Transport This factor can increase the rate of diffusion.

  31. $500 Answer from Passive Transport What is an increase in temperature? What is an increase in concentration of solutes?

  32. $100 Question from Active Transport These two factors are required for active transport to take place.

  33. $100 Answer from Active Transport What are proteins and energy?

  34. $200 Question from Active Transport When a small solid enters the cell.

  35. $200 Answer from Active Transport What is phagocytosis?

  36. $300 Question from Active Transport This type of transport is when a molecule sneaks in with another molecule at the same time. (almost like a piggy back)

  37. $300 Answer from Active Transport What is cotransport?

  38. $400 Question from Active Transport A cell that uses active transport will generally have more of these organelles.

  39. $400 Answer from Active Transport What are mitochondria?

  40. $500 Question from Active Transport When a particle enters the cell, it first forms this in order to be further broken down. (Hint: think of the video animation)

  41. $500 Answer from Active Transport What is a phagolysosome?

  42. $100 Question from Potpourri A particle will leave the intracellular fluid and enter the extracellular fluid by this process.

  43. $100 Answer from Potpourri What is exocytosis?

  44. $200 Question from Potpourri When the water is balanced within a cell And its environment, it is said to be in this type of state.

  45. $200 Answer from Potpourri What is isotonic?

  46. $300 Question Potpourri The following diagram represents what process?

  47. $300 Answer from Potpourri What is a receptor mediated diffusion?

  48. $400 Question from Potpourri During the lab, the iodine entered the dialysis tubing through this process?

  49. $400 Answer from Potpourri What is diffusion?

  50. $500 Question from Potpourri If a cell was placed in a highly concentrated starch solution, what direction would the starch travel?