BIO 204 Week2 Applying the Concept of Membrane Transport Presentation

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Basic requirements for all Powerpoint Presentations:

  • No more than 6 bullet points per slide
  • No more than 10 words on each bullet point
  • All explanation should be in the slide notes - all slide notes must be CITED.
  • Maximum word count for slide notes = 250 words per slide
  • Must have an Introduction slide and a conclusion slide
  • All images must have an in-text citation underneath them and their full reference should go in the references slide(s) 


Create a 7- to 10-slide (excluding the Title and Reference Slides) Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation.  Incorporate the following elements into your presentation to address each scenario, A-E., information should be present in the SLIDE NOTES:

  • Is the movement of a molecule an example of diffusion, osmosis, active transport, endocytosis or exocytosis? Why?
  • Explain the direction of molecular movement involved.
  • Use visuals for each scenario.


A)    A semipermeable membrane bag containing a 30% sugar solution is placed in a beaker of pure water.

B)    The cell membrane of a nerve cell keeps 14 times as much sodium outside as it does inside.

C)    An Elodea (a freshwater plant often used fish tanks) leaf is placed in a 2% salt solution.

D)    A cell engulfs debris from outside itself.

E)    A cell makes protein that is headed for a different location within the plant.


You should have a minimum of 3 information references for this assignment.


Direct Quotes are limited to 2 small quotes (less than 40 words).

Include all references and in-text citations for information in the slide notes and all images - all should be formatted in APA style.    Include an in-text citation for each paragraph and image, and include a references slide.  Assignments with either of these missing will be considered plagiarism and will not be graded.

Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment.


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