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BIO503 PAST PAPERS FINAL TERM

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The Na+-K+ pump is an antifouling.
In secondary active transport, the movement of the solvent
This is accomplished by using the “recovered” energy by moving the ions across the membrane against the slope of its concentration.

along their concentration gradient. For example, once the
The sodium-potassium pump establishes a concentration gradient of Na+ ions, passive diffusion of some Na+ ions.
Can provide energy for the transport of secondary glucose from cell to cell . Other secondary active carriers help with the intake of amino acids and more
sugar, which is an essential component for cell maintenance
and development. Proteins associated with two types of transport – sensory and antiport – are used for secondary active transport.

Endocytosis and Exocytosis
macromolecules such as proteins, polysaccharides and the like
nucleic acids are very large and highly charged or polar
go through the membrane.

This is a lucky asset. Think about it
diffusion effects of these molecules
Cells: A red blood cell cannot maintain its hemoglobin! I
On the other hand, cells sometimes need to be taken or retained.
large molecules. As we saw in Chapter 4, this can be done
Vesicles that penetrate the plasma membrane and enter the cell (endocytosis) or mix with the plasma
Release membranes and their contents (exocytosis).

 

 

 

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