u03a04 Types of Transport
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1. Engulfment processes that require ATP; cellular eating *
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2. Driven by molecular energy, not ATP *
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3. Driven by hydrostatic (fluid) pressure (typically blood pressure in the body) *
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4. Moves down a concentration gradient *
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5. Moves up (against) a concentration gradient; requires a carrier *
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6. Moves small or lipid-soluble (non polar) solutes through the membrane *
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7. Transports glucose and Na+ through the plasma membrane *
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8. Examples of vesicular transport *
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9. A means of bringing fairly large particles into the cell *
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10. Used to eject wastes and to secrete cell products *
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11. Membrane transport using channels or carrier proteins that does not require ATP *
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12. Which lettered item show a small, nonpolar substance crossing the membrane? *
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13. An aquaporin can be seen in picture? *
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14. Carrier-mediated facilitated diffusion is demonstrated by picture? *
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15. Na+ can move through the plasma membrane by using the mechanism identified by picture? *
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