Water on the Move: Osmosis (#1 of 3)

Unit 2: 2) Cells ("Form and Function")
Lesson 14 of 20

Objective: Students will be able to understand the hierarchical nature of multicellular organisms. Furthermore, students will be able to model the process of osmosis and predict and explain its outcomes given the conditions of the environment.

Big Idea: The structure of the cell membrane in addition to specific internal and external conditions dictate how water diffuses sometimes with drastic results!

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Science, diffusion, cells, form vs. function, Osmosis, Concentration Gradient, permeability, models, cell transport, hierachical organization, scientific conclusions
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