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Passive transport means moving biochemicals and atomic or molecular substances across the cell membrane. Unlike active transport, this process does not involve chemical energy. The four main kinds of passive transport are...
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passive transport n. The movement of a chemical substance across a cell membrane without expenditure of energy by the cell, as in
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passive transport transport of a substance across a cell membrane by diffusion; expenditure of energy is not ... active transport or passive transport to ...
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Diffusion is the tendency of molecules to spread into an available space. The diffusion of substances across a membrane is called passive transport.
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transport. Passive transport is the movement of molecules ... specific types of passive transport: simple diffusion. facilitated diffusion. osmosis ...
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... energy of motion - kinetic energy - that drives passive transport. ... Three distinctive types of passive transport are recognized in biological systems: ...
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Study for Free with College-Cram, the world's best educational social ... Rather, passive transport relies on the innate permeability of the cell membrane ...
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Diffusion is a means of passive transport. ... Channel diffusion is another type of passive transport. ... BACK to main. to passive versus active transport page ...
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Passive Transport (Facilitated Diffusion) Active Transport. Endocytosis and Exocytosis ... Passive Transport (or Facilitated Diffusion). Passive transport is ...
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Passive transport is dependent on the permeability of the ... Passive transport is a means of moving biochemicals, and other atomic or ...
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Passive transport includes diffusion and osmosis. ... passive transport - movement of molecules from a more crowded to a less crowded ...
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Passive Transport Mechanisms. Passive transport mechanisms use no ... The most common passive transport systems are diffusion and facilitated transport. ...
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the best passive transport to me.. mitchcookskate (5 months ago) Show Hide +1. Marked as spam ... passive transport. -simple diffusion. -facilitated diffusion. ...
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Encyclopedia article about passive transport. Information about passive transport in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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Textbook Reference - Passive Processes of Membrane Transport, pp. 94-99 ...
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passive transport: - Simple Diffusion - Osmosis - Facilitated ... Passive Transport: - down concentration gradient (high to low) - no energy (ATP) required ...
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