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What does selectively permeable mean?
Selectively permeable is something that allows some things to enter or leave the cell while keeping other things outside or inside the cell. An example is a window screen.
Whats the difference between passive and active transport?
Passive transport moves things through the cell membrane without the input of energy. Active transport moves things through the cell membrane, but, an input of energy is required.
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