Chapter 36 - Chapter36.1 TransportofVascularPlants...

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Chapter 36.1 25/01/2007 11:12:00 Transport of Vascular Plants Within cell o Red algae Cell to cell Long-distance  QuickTimeª and a TIFF (Uncompressed) decompressor are needed to see this picture. o Active transport The movement of a substance across a biological membrane  against its concentration or electrochemical gradient with the  help of energy input and specific transport proteins o Passive transport The diffusion of a substance across a biological membrane o Transport protein helps a certain substance or class of closely related substances to cross the membrane o Proton Pump o Cotransport Water Potential o Osmosis o Turgid o Plasmolyze
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Cell shrinks and pulls away from its wall o Wilting Vacuolated Plant Cells o Vacuolar membrane o Root Symplast Cytoplasmic continuum Water requires only one crossing of a plasma membrane After entering one cell, solutes and water can then 
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