[Answer] Cells need to bring in molecules to carry out cellular processes. Often this requires moving the molecules across the cell membrane against the concentration gradient. How do these molecules get into the cell? A. passive transport by diffusionB. active transport using ATP C. passive transport by osmosisD. phagocytosis ch 13 part 2 am gov and pol

Answer: B. active transportActive transport requires ATP and is used when solutes need to move against a concentration gradient. Lectures 13-15
Cells need to bring in molecules to carry out cellular processes. Often this requires moving the molecules across the cell membrane against the concentration gradient. How do…

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