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a transport protein couples the diffusion of one solute with active transport of another
a quantity where the combined effects of solute concentration and physical pressure are incorporated
when the cell contents press the plasma membrane against the cell wall, and the cell wall, in turn, presses against the protoplast
the continuum formed by cell walls, extracellular spaces, and the dead interiors of tracheids and vessels
the innermost layer of cells in the root cortex, surrounds the stele and functions as a last checkpoint for the selective passage of minerals from the cortex into the vasculas tissue
the water and dissolved minerals in the xylem, gets transported long distances by bulk flow to the veins that branch through each leaf
the exudation of water droplets that can be seen in the morning on the tips or edges of some plant leaves
in some plants, the walls of the companion cells feature many ingrowths, enhancing the solute transfer between apoplast and symplast
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