Intracellular fluids contain an excess of anions whereas the cations are in

Intracellular fluids contain an excess of anions

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2) In the end, it is the electrochemical gradient that determines the direction and magnitude of an ion's movement across a membrane. Describe this electrochemical gradient and how one can determine the direction of ion movement based on the electrical and chemical gradients.Diff: 7 Page Ref: 993) Describe the factors that affect the rate of passive transport of molecules across a membrane.
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  • Fall '08
  • BRINN
  • Atom, Electric charge, Cell Membrane Transport, Ion

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