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Cell transport
Updated: 10/10/2020
Cell transport
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  • Hi Clara! How have you been? let's have a private chat there...I know you love science
  • Hello Marize! I've been busy lately. Okay I found a table where we can have our private talk
  • I have a question about cell membrane. What are the structures and its function?
  • They are composed of lipids, proteins and carbohydrates.The plasma membrane, or the cell membrane, provides protection for a cell. It also provides a fixed environment inside the cell, and that membrane has several different functions. One is to transport nutrients into the cell and also to transport toxic substances out of the cell.
  • How the cell transport is completed?
  • It is the movement of substances across the cell membrane either into or out of the cell. Sometimes things just move through the phospholipid bilayer. Other times, substances need the assistance of a protein, like a channel protein or some other transmembrane protein, to cross the cell membrane.
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