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25 February, 09:25

Cells Must be a life to use energy and do work. Does passive transport occur in a cell that is dead? Why or why not?

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  1. 25 February, 09:33
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    1. Passive transport across a cell membrane requires no energy. It will happen even if the cell is dead.

    2. Active transport across a cell membrane requires energy. It will not happen if the cell is dead.
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