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passive type of movement of particles in which they randomly move from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration
type of diffusion allowed by transport proteins that provide a pathway for molecules that have difficulty crossing the plasma membrane
when a cell uses its membrane to engulf surrounding particles, and forms vesicles in the process
selectively permeable (semi-permeable)
word that describes a cell membrane's tendency to allow only certain materials into and out of the cell
tiny packages of substances within a cell; like little bubbles produced by engulfing movements of the cell membrane
term that describes a solution that has a lower concentration of solute than other solution
process in which materials are ejected from a cell using vesicles and the plasma membrane
the condition reached once concentrations balance on both the inside and outside of a cell
during endocytosis, this is the first stage, when the cell membrane dents, inward to start forming a vesicle
organelles that carry enzymes that digest the particles brought in by phagocytosis in macrophages
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