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Roy Lan #2 KTH 11/19/07 Pgs. 80-87 In diffusion the particles move from the highest concentration to the lowest concentration. The cell uses a process called endocytosis which uses a vesicle and absorbs the particle and goes through the membrane like that. The cell repels a large particle by using the opposite action called exocytosis which also uses a vesicle and
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Unformatted text preview: absorbs the particle but this time expels it from the cell. • The type of transportation that is being used in this scenario is passive transport. This is so because this is the only type of transportation offered to the small particles that doesn’t use ATP....
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