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

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Cell wall Cytosol Fig. 36-11: Cell Compartments and Routes for Short-Distrance Transport Vacuole Plasmodesma Vacuolar membrane Plasma membrane (a) Cell compartments Key Transmembrane route Apoplast Apoplast 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 CYTOPLASM EXTRACELLULAR FLUID ATP H + H + Proton pump generates mem + + _ _ 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 + K + _ _ _ + + + Cations (K + ), for example, are driven into the cell by the K + K + K + Transport protein _ _ + + (a) Membrane potential and cation uptake membrane potential. H A cell accumulates anions + + H _ gradient gradient.
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