Key Term Matching1.soluteA. has a lower solute concentration2.solventB. makes up interior of lipid bilayer3. hypertonic solutionC. passive movement down concentration gradient4. hypotonic solutionD. only allows some substances to pass through5. isotonic solutionE. attached to outer face of plasma membrane6.diffusionF. in living bodies, it is water7.osmosisG. spans entire plasma membrane8. selectively permeableH. a special case of diffusion9. phospholipid headI. requires assistance to cross plasma membrane10. fatty acid tailJ.substance dissolved in water11. cholesterolK. serves as an anchor for cytoskeleton12. carbohydrate chainL. has a higher solute concentration13. peripheral proteinM. gives plasma membrane structural strength14. transmembrane proteinN. contains a phosphate groupO. has an equal solute concentration15. facilitated diffusion111,111"

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Key Term Matching
1.
solute
A. has a lower solute concentration
2.
solvent
B. makes up interior of lipid bilayer
3. hypertonic solution
C. passive movement down concentration gradient
4. hypotonic solution
D. only allows some substances to pass through
5. isotonic solution
E. attached to outer face of plasma membrane
6.
diffusion
F. in living bodies, it is water
7.
osmosis
G. spans entire plasma membrane
8. selectively permeable
H. a special case of diffusion
9. phospholipid head
I. requires assistance to cross plasma membrane
10. fatty acid tail
J.
substance dissolved in water
11. cholesterol
K. serves as an anchor for cytoskeleton
12. carbohydrate chain
L. has a higher solute concentration
13. peripheral protein
M. gives plasma membrane structural strength
14. transmembrane protein
N. contains a phosphate group
O. has an equal solute concentration
15. facilitated diffusion
111,111"
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Key Term Matching 1. solute A. has a lower solute concentration 2. solvent B. makes up interior of lipid bilayer 3. hypertonic solution C. passive movement down concentration gradient 4. hypotonic solution D. only allows some substances to pass through 5. isotonic solution E. attached to outer face of plasma membrane 6. diffusion F. in living bodies, it is water 7. osmosis G. spans entire plasma membrane 8. selectively permeable H. a special case of diffusion 9. phospholipid head I. requires assistance to cross plasma membrane 10. fatty acid tail J. substance dissolved in water 11. cholesterol K. serves as an anchor for cytoskeleton 12. carbohydrate chain L. has a higher solute concentration 13. peripheral protein M. gives plasma membrane structural strength 14. transmembrane protein N. contains a phosphate group O. has an equal solute concentration 15. facilitated diffusion 111,111"

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