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Chapter 36 Notes Transport in Plants
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Concept 36.1
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Concept 36.1 Transport in plants occurs on 3 levels - the uptake and loss of water by  individual cells - short distance transport of substances  from cell to cell at the level of tissues  and organs - long distance transport of sap within  xylem and phloem of the whole plant
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Concept 36.1 Uptake and loss of water by cells - plant cell membranes are selectively  permeable - use of  ___________   / _______________ - transport can be active or passive
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Concept 36.1 ________ : hydrolyzes ATP and uses  the released energy to pump H +  ions out of the cell - forms a H +  gradient - plant cells use the energy from the  gradient to drive the transport of many  different solutes - ex. movement of K +
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Concept 36.1
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Concept 36.1 Differences in water potential drive water  transport in plant cells ___________ : the net uptake or loss of 
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course BIOLOGY 1510 taught by Professor --- during the Spring '11 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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