Cell Transport Worksheet (Osmosis, Diffusion)
This "Cell Transport Practice Problem Worksheet" will help insure your students master the concepts of cellular transport, such as active transport, passive transport, osmosis, diffusion, concentration gradients, cytolysis, plasmolysis, hypertonic, isotonic, hypotonic, facilitated diffusion, and transport proteins.
NOTE: This product is also included in a large, bundled unit lesson plan and can be viewed here: Cell Structure and Function Complete Unit Plan Bundle
This worksheet was written for my Biology I class. It is a 4 page worksheet on cellular transport.
• Look at diagrams and predict the direction of movement for water and solutes.
• Identify the hypotonic and hypertonic side of the membrane.
• Label the components of the plasma membrane.
• Answer questions about cytolysis and plasmolysis.
There are 39 questions on this worksheet. All answers are included.
I use this as test review, but it would make a great homework assignment, quiz, or classwork assignment.
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