Cell Membrane Jeopardy Review

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This type of transport
occurs without energy
and particles flow from
high to low
concentration.
Passive
Transport
Particles flow from
high to low
concentration with
the help of membrane
proteins.
Facilitated
Diffusion
This type of transport
requires energy because
the particles flow from
low to high
concentrations.
Active Transport
Engulfing of large
particles or
liquids from
outside the cell.
Endocytosis
Release of large
particles or
liquids from
inside the cell.
Exocytosis
The name of the
lipids that are
classified as fats
and oils.
Triglycerides
The 3 carbon chain
that attaches to long
chains of
hydrocarbons.
Glycerol
These long chains
of hydrocarbons are
major components
in lipids.
Fatty Acid
tails
These fatty acid
tails contain at least
one carbon to
carbon double bond
Unsaturated
Fat
These types of fats
are found in products
such as butter, milk,
and shortening.
Saturated Fat
The area of the
cell membrane
that is considered
hydrophilic.
Polar
Phosphate
Heads
Certain types of lipids are
synthesized into
molecules such as
cholesterol, sex
hormones, birth control
molecules, and cortisone.
Steroids
The 3 fatty acid tails
bond to the glycerol in
a lipid through this
process.
Dehydration
Synthesis
This type of cell
membrane transport
occurs when only large
particles are engulfed
from outside the cell.
Phagocytosis
Glycoproteins contains
this macromolecule that
sticks out from the
surface of the
membrane.
carbohydrate
The boundary
between the cell
and the
environment.
Cell Membrane
By bringing in nutrients such as
glucose, amino acids, and lipids,
and removing waste from the
cell, the cell membrane helps
maintain this.
Homeostasis
This describes the
cell membrane’s
ability to let some
molecules in and
keep others out.
Selective
Permeability
This model describes
the membrane as
flexible; the
components move and
shift around but make
up a pattern.
Fluid Mosaic
Model
These proteins are
incorporated in the
cell membrane.
Integral
Proteins
These structures make up
the general form of the cell
membrane, with their
phosphate heads and fatty
acid tails.
Phospholipid
This molecule
stabilizes the
phospholips and
keeps them from
sticking together.
Cholesterol
This protein is
used to identify
the cell. (Cell to
Cell recognition)
Glycoprotein
This protein
transports or carries
ions into the cell.
Carrier Protein
This cell membrane
component has binding
sites for hormones to
bind to and cause a
reaction to occur.
Receptor
Protein
The net movement of
particles from areas
of high concentration
to low concentration.
Diffusion
Distilled water is an
example of this
type of solution.
Hypotonic
Particles may continue
to move but no change
in concentration occurs
because this has
occurred.
Equilibrium
The diffusion of
water across a
selectively permeable
membrane.
Osmosis
The solution of salt
water in the ocean is an
example of this type of
solution.
Hypertonic
Tonic Water
Give examples of the
three different types of
solutions and explain
how water molecules
would move if a cell
was placed in each one.