Endocytosis is a transport mechanism that allows certain cells to bring in extremely large substance

Endocytosis is a transport mechanism that allows certain cells to bring in extremely large substance

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 * Endocytosis is a transport mechanism that allows certain cells to bring in extremely  large substances by wrapping the cell membrane around the substance and forming a  vacuole.   phagocytosis - involves the intake of substances as large as a bacterial cell, while    pinocytosis allows certain cells to form water vacuoles   exocytosis - a vacuole inside the cell fuses with the cell membrane and releases large 
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