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bild2_14 - Fig 36-11 Cell Compartments and Routes for...

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Cell wall ytosol Fig. 36-11: Cell Compartments and Routes for Short-Distrance Transport Cytosol Vacuole Plasmodesma Vacuolar membrane lasma membrane Plasma membrane (a) Cell compartments Key ransmembrane route Apoplast Apoplast Transmembrane route Symplast Apoplast Symplast Symplastic route Apoplastic route (b) Transport routes between cells
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Fig. 36-12: Lateral Transport of Minerals and Water in Roots
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Fig. 36-6: Proton Pumps Provide Energy for Solute Transport YTOPLASM XTRACELLULAR FLUID CYTOPLASM EXTRACELLULAR FLUID ATP H + Proton pump enerates mem + + _ _ H + H + H + H + H + generates mem- brane potential and gradient. + _ H + H + H + + _ _ +
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Fig. 36-7: Solute Transport in Plant Cells CYTOPLASM EXTRACELLULAR FLUID K + K + K + _ _ _ + + + Cations (K + ), for example, are driven to the cell by the K + K + K + K + Transport protein _ _ + + (a) Membrane potential and cation uptake into the cell by the membrane potential. H + H + H + H + H + _ _ _ + + + A cell accumulates anions (NO 3 - ), for example, by coupling their transport H + H + H + H + H + H + H + _ _ _ + + pg p to the inward diffusion of H + through a co-transporter. (b) Cotransport of an anion with H + H + + H + H + _ _ + + Plant cells can also H + H + H + H + H + + H + _ _ + + S accumulate a neutral solute, such as sucrose (S), by co-transporting H + down the steep proton radient H H + H + _ _ + +
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