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What are the two ways that the cell moves things by active transport?

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  1. Primary active transport and Secondary active transport.

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  2. THANK u so much sara.. muchisimas gracias!!!

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  3. Inside a cell things can be transported in two ways. The �rst is by di�usion in which
    small molecules are released and just wander around. This is usually used for small
    molecules like ATP which is the fuel that is used to power molecular motors. The second
    way is through active transport that works like container shipping. Container shipping
    revolutionized the shipping industry.

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  4. By Primary active transport I mean that the cells use ATP to directly move materials across the membrane.

    By Secondary source I mean that the cells use established concentration gradient to move materials across the membrane.

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  5. Primary active transport and secondary active transport!! Hope this helped!!! Even though I’m 10 years too late!!!! Lol :P

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  6. Hello!! I don't think that these are the Correct Answers...Please tell me the correct response :)

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