All the forms of cell transport arePassive, Active, Osmosis, Diffusion, Endocytosis, and Exocytosis.
Passive transport is where it takes no energy or scientifically called ATP, unlike active where it requires ATP to transport. Diffusion is where particles of high concentration move to a place of low concentration.
Osmosis is like difusion but with water, endocytosis is when a cell makes a sack around something to take it in, exocytosis is when cell wrap unneeded stuff in a bubble to push it out of the cell
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