Cell PARTY!
Cell me a story...
Cell Transport
Osmosis Jones
My TOE Sis!!!
100
If you want to hang out at this cell party be sure to bring a lot of glucose, because you are going to burn a lot of energy! The address of this cell party would be where?
What is Mitochondria
100
If you were a cell membrane, you would most likely be made of these macromolecules.
What are lipids!
100
The type of cell transport that in which substances move from a high concentration to a low concentration and requires no energy.
What is passive transport. I will take 3 other more specific answers here as well...
100
During osmosis, what molecule moves by diffusion across the cell membrane?
What is H20 or Water, please Alex.
100
DNA must coil into these structures before the nucleus can begin to divide.
What are chromosomes.
200
No one is allowed into this cell party with out an invitation. The part of the cell that calls the shots as to who is allowed in and out.
What is cell membrane
200
Once upon a time, there was a cell membrane and it was alllllllll alone. Sad, lonely cell membrane. Then it decided to make itself a friend so it would never be lonely. Now all cell membranes are made of this type of structure.
What is a lipid bilayer!
200
You put a cell into a salty mix and the cell shrinks in size. You would say that the solution you put this cell into was what?
What is HYPERTONIC.
200
The phase of mitosis where chromosomes line up on the equator of the cell.
What is metaphase.
300
To get to this party you will need a ride - stop by this organelle to catch a ride to your cellular destination!
What is the Golgi Apparatus
300
There once was a cell that wanted to get get all ripped, yoked, jacked. What would it need to have more of in order to make more protein?
What are Ribosomes or Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
300
Diffusion with the help of transport proteins:
What is FACILITATED DIFFUSION
300
The type of solution in which the amount of dissolved materials is the same on both the inside and the outside of the cell.
What is ISOTONIC.
300
The phase of mitosis that takes the longest due to the fact that some things just take a long time to do if you are going to get them right as my grandmother used to always say...but then again, what did she ever do...I mean seriously...oh yeah...FULL of advice! But really...
What is prophase.
400
Who put this party together anyway?! Someone must have been in charge of making for all the parts and telling everyone what to do and who to be!
What is the nucleus...
400
Jack would of never been able to climb his bean-stalk if there organelles were not a fulled up!
What are vacuoles!
400
They type of passive transport where molecules move across a membrane due to a difference in concentration...without any help from another molecule.
What is diffusion. I will also accept osmosis if you can tell me what the difference between osmosis and diffusion is...
400
A solution is this when it contains a lower concentration of dissolved materials (solutes) outside the cell then inside the cell. A.k.a. There is more fresh water outside of the cell.
What is HYPOTONIC.
400
The final stage of the cell cycle, where cell itself says goodbye to itself and splits into two different cells even though it started as one cell. (This stuff is weird)
What is cytokinesis
500
Everyone in! This is the pool where you will find everyone swimming at this cell party!
What is the cytoplasm!
500
Long, long ago (true story actually), a prokayotic cell invaded another cell. This prokaryotic cell had it's own DNA and contained molecules in its cell membrane that could help it convert sunlight into sugar. Which organelle is this ancient prokaryotic cell the ancestor of in many of today's eukaryotic cells?
What is the chloroplast...
500
Vesicle transport where large substances are transported into the cell.
What is ENDOCYTOSIS
500
During osmosis, water moves back and forth across the cell membrane until this happens on both sides of the cell membrane.
What is - the concentration of water molecules is the same of both sides.
500
The phase of mitosis that involves the chromatids separating and being pulled apart due to the shortening of the spindle fibers.
What is ANAPHASE
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