Diffusion

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Diffusion

  1. 1. Active & Passive Transport into a Cell Membrane
  2. 2. ActiveTransport Active Transport is the traveling of a protein across a cell membrane. It is the process of cells energy to move it against the increasing or decreasing differences in certain characteristics of a cell.
  3. 3. Ion pumps Result in ionic gradients CoTransport a element is assisted by an H+ to enter the cell membrane. Endocytosis cell eating cell drinking receptors in floods plasma membrane.
  4. 4. Types of Active transport -ion pumps -Co transport -Endocytosis. Active transport types
  5. 5. Active Transport Relatively Negative Ion ATP Outcome:ADP + Pi Relatively positive ions
  6. 6. Passive Transport This is a process in which molecules are moves across the cell membrane. It is based on the atomic substances permeability or how a item responds to it magnetic field.
  7. 7. How Does it Relate to You In order for your small intestine to send thing to your blood stream it most go through diffusion. Once it in your bloodstream it most use passive transport to get into the blood cell. This help your body function.
  8. 8. What is Diffusion? Diffusion is when a molecule moves from a high concentration to a low concentration.
  9. 9. By: Linda Rizek

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