Topic 1 GCSE Biology

Exit

Question 1 of 1

  Time Left


0
298152
0
420
block

Match the key definitions

Match the text (click and drag)   

(0/0)




Match the text

Binary Fission

Diffusion

Prokaryotes

Active Transport

Osmosis

Hypotonic

Hypertonic

Isotonic

Plasmolysis

Turgid

Click and drag

When a plant cell is in a concentrated solution and water moves out of it. The cell membrane pulls away from the cell wall

Both solutions are equal

Cells with no nucleus

The more dilute of two solutions

Replication of DNA and cell division with prokaryotic cells

Movement of particles in a gas or any substance in a solution from a high concentration to a low concentration

When a plant cell is in a dilute solution and water moves into it. The cell membrane and cytoplasm press against the cell wall

The more concentrated of two solutions

The movement of particles from a low concentration to a high concentration. It requires energy from respiration

The diffusion of water across a partially permeable membrane from a high concentration to a low concentration


298180
0
240
none
298169
0
180
none
298167
0
150
none
298142
0
60
none
298183
0
120
none
298153
0
120
none
298146
0
300
none