What is driven by kinetic energy of the molecules simple difusion osmosis endocytosis exocytosis filtration or solute pumping?
what is driven by kinetic energy of the molecules?
simple difusion.. i am sure .. I have the same one..
Osmosis is the tendency of a solvent to travel across a semipermeable membrane (Semipermeable membrane- a membrane that allows some molecules to pass through but does not allow other molecules to pass through) into areas of higher solute concentration. Diffusion is the random motion of molecules from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration.
Diffusion:- The molecules of any substance move away from the region of higher concentration to the region of lower concentration. Such movement is random and this process is called diffusion. Osmosis:- Osmosis is slightly different from diffusion, because in osmosis, some kind of barrier separating two solutions of different concentration exists; while in simple diffusion there is no barrier.
Apart from osmosis and diffusion the major mechanism for individual molecules to move is by active transport. Active transport is the movement of molecules against their concentration gradient (from a low to a high concentration) using energy supplied by the cell. It differs from diffusion which can only work down a concentration gradient ie from a high concentration to a low concentration. It also needs a source of energy supplied by a living cell, which…
It will burst. It is selectively permeable to ensure that only the material that is required in the cell is able to enter it, if it looses the ability to to be selectively permeable then difusion will occur and the cell with try to be equal to the outside pressure, which will likely cause the cell to burst.
Diffusion: When small uncharged particles go through the phospholipid bilayer, it cost no ATP Osmosis: imagine a solution with a bunch of kool aid in it then you place a cell in the glass with only a little kool aid in it the water will rush out of the cell in order to balance out the solution to solute ration.
Diffusion is basically the movement of any particles form a higher area of concentration to a lower area of concentration. For example, A ink blob placed in water will gradually spread out. Osmosis refers specifically to the Diffusion of water through a semi permeable membrane. (For example, Water moving through the celll membrane) Hope this helps!
It increases their RV (residual volume) and FRC (functional residual capacity) due to air trapping. It decreases the FEV1 and takes longer to finish their FVC (forced vital capacity) because of decreased flow rates. It also decreases the DLCO (difusion capacity) because of alveolar wall distruction.
3 days. Gummy bears go through the process of difusion osmossis, which means its like a sponge it asorb most polor molecules. And instead of just being digested, the little bear will put up a fight and asorb as much stomach acid as possible. After you puke and have taken an alkinseiser (sorry if i spelled it wrong), you want to eat gummy bears. The alkinseiser will slow down your stomach pumps and try to…
A gas exchange (also called difusion) occurs between the alveoli of the lungs and the surrounding capillaries. The alveoli give oxygen into the bloodstream to be transported to the heart while the capillaries give the alveoli carbon dioxide to be removed from the body by exhalation (breathing out). Afterwards capillaries give nutrients and oxygen to all the cells of the body whilst taking out wastes to later be removed from the body. Hope this helped.
Algeria has a very divers and rich choices in music but the most popular would be Raï (Ex. Cheb Khaled, Cheb Mami, Raina Rai) Chaabi (Dahmen El Harachi, El Guerouab, Reda Doumazi) Indalous (Tahar Fergani, Amine Mesli) Kabyle (Idir, Ait Menguelet) Gnawi (Gnawa Difusion) Well, let's say that these are the main local styles and anyone from Algeria would appreciate and listen to all these different genre of music depending on the occasion or the…
Look through her and you will find that this tissue is found in those places and many more. Depends on what type of epthelial tissue: Types of epithelial tissue - (type - structure - location - function) Simple squamous - one layer of fat cells - lines ventral body cavities, heart and blood vessels, and portions of the kidney tubules (thin sections of loop of Henle), inner lining of the cornea, and exchange surfaces of…