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Cell Boundaries

Across
Is when two solutions on both sides of a membrane are compared and have the "same strength".
Is the mass of a solute in a given volume of solution (g/L).
Describes the "double layered" sheet of the cell membrane.
Is when two solutions on both sides of a membrane are compared and one has "lower strength" than the other one.
When cell membrane "channels" help molecules across the cell membrane.
Is the substance waiting to be dissolved by water to make a solution (ex. sugar).
Made of fibers of carbohydrates and protein. Provides protection for plant cells.
Where the cell takes in a liquid from the surrounding environment (cell drinking).
Is the diffusion of "water" through a selectively permeable membrane from a higher concentration to a lower one.
Down
Is when particles move from an area where they are more concentrated to an area where they are less concentrated.
Where materials are moved in the opposite direction "against a concentration difference".
Substance in which the solute is "dissolved by" to make a solution.
Regulates what enters and leaves the cell. (especially water)
Makes up the "double-layered" composition of the cell membrane.
Is when the concentration of the "solute" is the same throughout a system.
Is when two solutions on both sides of a membrane are compared and one has a "higher strength than the other one.
Where the cell takes in a solid from the surrounding environment (cell eating).
A mixture of two or more substances where the molecules are evenly distributed. (solvent + solute).