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Cell Transport

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Which transport does not require ATP energy? Passive Transport
During which transport do molecules move from high to low concentration? Passive Transport
During which transport do molecules spread out? Passive Transport
What are the types of Passive Transport? Diffusion, Osmosis, and Facilitated Diffusion
Which transport requires ATP energy? Active Transport
During which transport do molecules move from low to high concentration? Active Transport
What are the types of Active Transport? Exocytosis and Endocytosis
What is the Fluid Mosaic Model? A representation of the cell membrane explaining biological components.
What is Osmosis? The diffusion of water across a membrane from high to low concentration?
What facilitates Facilitated Diffusion? A transport protein.
What is Exocytosis? The expelling of materials from the cell through the breaking of a vacuole.
What is Endocytosis? The gathering of materials by the cell forming a vacuole around them.
What are the parts of the cell membrane? Proteins, Phosphates, and Lipids
What is ATP changed to after helping with Active Transport? ADP
Which form of cell transport moves large materials? Active Transport and Facilitated Diffusion
Which form of cell transport only moves small materials? Diffusion
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