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Post by isabell » Mon Feb 06, 2006 6:11 pm

which membrane transport process will continue even though the cell may be alive or dead?
sodium-potassium pump, pynocitosis, phagoytosis, exocytosis, diffusion..

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Post by 2810712 » Tue Feb 07, 2006 3:23 am

From transport point of view there are 2 classes- active [ energy-dependant] and passive[ energy independant].
Now , in this context what do u thing would be the difference between an alive and a dead cell?
Now, do you think that both of these [ active and passive] can occur in dead cells?






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Post by Mooks » Sun Mar 19, 2006 9:24 am

2810712 wrote:From transport point of view there are 2 classes- active [ energy-dependant] and passive[ energy independant].
Now , in this context what do u thing would be the difference between an alive and a dead cell?
Now, do you think that both of these [ active and passive] can occur in dead cells?






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Well said!

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