the process whereby white blood cells eat large cells such as bacteria and bring them into the cell is called
the cytoplasm of a certain cell, such as a neuron, which already has a high concentration of potassium ions, can continue to take potassium ions into the cytoplasm against its concentration gradient by using energy. This process is defined as
people with type I diabetes usually have a problem with their insulin production. Without insulin to trigger the membrane protein, glucose cant pass through the cell membrane down its concentration gradient by ________
which or the following modes of transport works against entropy
sodium and potassium are pushed to opposite sides of the neurons membrane
the release of energy from ATP to fuel the energy consumption in muscle contraction is considered a(n)__________.
cyanide kills humans because
it blocks the active site of specific human enzymes