- 7.7.1: The carbohydrates attached to some proteins and lipids of the plasm...
- 7.7.2: The soil immediately around hot springs is much warmer than that in...
- 7.7.3: In what ways are membranes crucial to life?
- 7.7.4: Two molecules that can cross a lipid bilayer without help from memb...
- 7.7.5: Why is a transport protein needed to move water molecules rapidly a...
- 7.7.6: Aquaporins exclude passage of hydronium ions (H3O; see pp. 5253). R...
- 7.7.7: How do aquaporins affect the permeability of a membrane?
- 7.7.8: How do you think a cell performing cellular respiration rids itself...
- 7.7.9: In the supermarket, produce is often sprayed with water. Explain wh...
- 7.7.10: If a Paramecium caudatum swims from a hypotonic to an isotonic envi...
- 7.7.11: What happens to a cell placed in a hypertonic solution? Describe th...
- 7.7.12: Sodium-potassium pumps help nerve cells establish a voltage across ...
- 7.7.13: Explain why the sodium-potassium pump in Figure 7.18 would not be c...
- 7.7.14: Review the characteristics of the lysosome in Concept 6.4 (pp. 1061...
- 7.7.15: ATP is not directly involved in the functioning of a cotransporter....
- 7.7.16: As a cell grows, its plasma membrane expands. Does this involve end...
- 7.7.17: Return to Figure 7.12, and circle a patch of plasma membrane that i...
- 7.7.18: In Concept 6.7 (pp. 119120), you learned that animal cells make an ...
- 7.7.19: Which type of endocytosis involves ligands? What does this type of ...
- 7.7.20: In what way do the membranes of a eukaryotic cell vary? a. Phosphol...
- 7.7.21: According to the fluid mosaic model of membrane structure, proteins...
- 7.7.22: Which of the following factors would tend to increase membrane flui...
- 7.7.23: Which of the following processes includes all others? a. osmosis b....
- 7.7.24: Based on Figure 7.21, which of these experimental treatments would ...
- 7.7.25: An artificial cell consisting of an aqueous solution enclosed in a ...
- 7.7.26: Paramecium and other protists that live in hypotonic environments h...
- 7.7.27: An experiment is designed to study the mechanism of sucrose uptake ...
- 7.7.28: Extensive irrigation in arid regions causes salts to accumulate in ...
- 7.7.29: A human pancreatic cell obtains O2, fuel molecules such as glucose,...
Solutions for Chapter 7: Biology
Full solutions for Campbell Biology | 9th Edition
Seafloor sediments consisting of material of marine-organic origin.
The most common form of coal, often called soft, black coal.
The coast’s seaward edge. The landward limit of the effect of the highest storm waves on the shore.
A theory of raindrop formation in warm clouds (above 0° C) in which large cloud droplets (giants) collide and join together with smaller droplets to form a raindrop. Opposite electrical charges may bind the cloud droplets together.
Moist air with a lapse rate between the dry and wet adiabatic rates.
The very thin outermost layer of Earth.
A short-focal-length lens used to enlarge the image in a telescope. The lens nearest the eye.
A chemical bond between two oppositely charged ions formed by the transfer of valence electrons from one atom to the other.
The concept that Earth’s crust is floating in gravitational balance upon the material of the mantle.
The distance light travels in a year; about 6 trillion miles.
The process of generating more than one rock type from a single magma.
A number given to a celestial object to express its relative brightness.
Those pollutants emitted directly from identifiable sources.
Refers to the cells or organisms such as bacteria whose genetic material is not enclosed in a nucleus.
A developing planetary body that grows by the accumulation of planetesimals.
The maximum quantity of water vapor that the air can hold at any given temperature and pressure.
A term applied to the B horizon of a soil profile.
The sound emitted by rapidly expanding gases along the channel of lightning discharge.
The upper level of the saturated zone of groundwater.