Animations for Diffusion and The Cell Membrane

These are available for download from an organization called the Concord Consortium.  You will need java in order to run them.  The 2nd link goes into more detail than we do in class (they are for high school level), however I have used many of the animations in class.

Diffusion

Diffusion, Osmosis, and Active Transport

 

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5 Responses to Animations for Diffusion and The Cell Membrane

  1. asya says:

    Tiff is the science test this monday because i asked people and they were really confused. all i brought home was my homework binder because you said that you only needed your vocabulary book and your language arts stuff o and your dear book PLEASE HELP

    • tifftai says:

      First, the quiz is on Monday. That should be in your assignment log. 2nd, you only asked me about the schedule and I told you what you needed each day . You have your study guide and there is plenty of stuff on the blog. You’ll have to work with what you have.

  2. asya says:

    OK thanks

  3. asya says:

    Tiff tomorrow i have to go to my dads house which is in alameda and i get home at seven i would try to study there but i wont be able to have internet access to the blog. I am studying now and i wont have enough time to study PLEASE HELP I DONT KNOW WHAT TO DO!!!!!

    • tifftai says:

      ok…first…take a deep breath….it’s just a quiz. do what you can. and don’t panic! if you have been paying attention in class, and you’ve been doing the readings, and homework, then you’re on the right track!

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