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Passive and Active Transport





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What is the difference between passive and active transport?
 
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How does facilitated diffusion differ from simple diffusion?
 
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Which of the following statements about the sodium-potassium pump is true?
 
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Which of the following statements about the sodium-potassium pump is FALSE?
 
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Consider this hypothetical situation. Inside the cell you have 357 ions of substance A, 220 ions of substance B, and 520 molecules of substance C (which is a gas). Outside the cell you have 984 ions of substance A, 165 ions of substance B, and 1650 molecules of substance C (which is a gas).

If no energy is required for a hypothetical series of actions, and if everything is working "according to the book," what will most likely happen?
 
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