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Transport processes

Transport processes

This animation explains active and passive transport processes occurring through cell membranes



membrane transportation, transportation, cell membrane, passive transportation, active transportation, diffusion, channel protein, carrier molecule, symport, antiport, uniport, concentration gradient, ADP, ATP, cytology, biology

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  • - In uniporter-catalyzed transport only one type of molecule is transported. Active transport takes place towards the higher concentration, which requires energy, provided by ATP.

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