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How are cells able to transport large molecules? searching the web and can't seem to find anything that can help me with these
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How are cells able to transport large molecules? searching the web and can't seem to find anything that can help me with these
what year are you in? your teacher should be teaching you this at the appropriate level, alternatively you might have a textbook? this is one of the most covered areas of biology so google should help
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what year are you in? your teacher should be teaching you this at the appropriate level, alternatively you might have a textbook? this is one of the most covered areas of biology so google should help
I'm doing an access course through distance learning. I believe I found what I was looking for now, I think it is Exocytosis - the outward transport of large particles via vesicle that fuses with the cell membrane. Think that is correct.
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I'm doing an access course through distance learning. I believe I found what I was looking for now, I think it is Exocytosis - the outward transport of large particles via vesicle that fuses with the cell membrane. Think that is correct.
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what year are you in? your teacher should be teaching you this at the appropriate level, alternatively you might have a textbook? this is one of the most covered areas of biology so google should help
I'm doing an access course through distance learning. I believe I found what I was looking for now, I think it is Exocytosis - the outward transport of large particles via vesicle that fuses with the cell membrane. Think that is correc
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How are cells able to transport large molecules? searching the web and can't seem to find anything that can help me with these
Hey please check your messages
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How are cells able to transport large molecules? searching the web and can't seem to find anything that can help me with these
Hello, there are different ways of transport for large molecules. What matters is whether the molecule is particulate of fluidic. For fluidic molecules, pinocytosis occurs. For particulate molecules, check out endocytosis and exocytosis. Hmu for more solutions, you can dm.
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