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    Could someone please explain active transport also what is serial dilution and how do you do it? Calibaration curves??
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    I can answer on of your questions about active transport. So in normal diffusion molecules move from an area to high concentration to an area of lower concentration right. Active transport is basically the opposite molecules move from an area of lower concentration to an area of high concentration to do so however energy is required. ATP energy is used for this process. Hope this helps


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    Thanks
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    A serial solution is where you take a solution and dilute it by a common dilution factor each time.

    This video explains it well

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MCrNjHcfcpY
 
 
 
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