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Active Transport Cellular Biology Active Transport ã Moves materials in and out of cell using energy (ATP) ã Type: ▫ Sodium-potassium pump – an active transport mechanism Active Transport ã Description: ▫ Cells pump molecules through cell membrane against a concentration ([ ]) gradient ▫ Molecules enter cell when the [ ] inside the cell is greater than the outside ▫ Rely on carrier proteins which use ATP Active Transport ã Example: ▫ Intestinal cells pump nutrients from gut ▫
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  Active Transport Cellular Biology  Active Transport ã Moves materials in and out of cell using energy (ATP) ã Type: ▫ Sodium-potassium pump – an active transport mechanism  Active Transport ã Description: ▫ Cells pump molecules through cell membrane against a concentration ([ ]) gradient ▫ Molecules enter cell when the [ ] inside the cell is greater than the outside ▫ Rely on carrier proteins which use ATP  Active Transport ã Example: ▫ Intestinal cells pump nutrients from gut ▫ Root cells pump in nutrients from soil
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