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active transport requires energy.

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Active transport requires the use of energy to do; passive on the other hand does not require energy to do.


Active transport requires energy usually from a molecule called ATP. Passive transport require no energy.


yes. Active Transport does require cellular energy. Passive transport does not. (:


Passive transport does not require energy (ATP), whereas active transport does.



There are two types of transport mechanisms. First is active transport and second is passive transport. Active transport needs energy. Passive transport does not take energy. It is carried out via concentration gradient.


no, but it requires energy. passive transport doesnt require energy.


Passive and active transport. Passive transport doesn't require the cell's energy, while active transport does.


It is passive because it does not require energy when moving molecules. It is passive because it does not require energy when moving molecules. There is both active and passive transport. If it is going against the concentration gradient it is active transport. If it is not acting against the concentration gradient it is passive transport.


Diffusion and osmosis are passive and do not require energy.


Diffusion does not require any energy, therefore it is passive transport. Active transport requires the expenditure of energy.


Passive transport... the opposite of active transport.


I think because passive transport doesn't require energy and active does.


No, it is passive transport because it does not require any of the cell's energy.


passive transport does not require energy eg. diffusion and osmosis. Therefore, osmosis is a passive transport. Active transport requires energy eg. a molecule going from a low concentration from a high concentration.


The two types of cell trnsport it Passive Transport and Active Transport. Active Transport does require energy to move into and out of the cell. Passive Transport doesn't require energy to move into and out of the cell. Hope I helped!


Passive transport and active transport are transport of materials across membranes. Passive requires no energy, while active does.


No energy is needed because it's a part of passive transport, not active transport.


Passive transport works by diffusion, and thus does not require any input of energy, while active transport uses pumps or gates that do need energy to operate.


active transport requires the use of energy aka ATP and is usually against the concentration gradient. passive transport does not require energy because it moves in response to the concentration gradient.


Active transport requires energy in the form of ATP to go opposite the concentration gradient. Passive transport does not require energy because it does not oppose the concentration gradient.


Passive transport never requires energy - hence the name passive. Active transport requires the input of energy. Two types of active transport are; primary (using pumps) and secondary (using anti or symports).


Passive transport--active transport requires energy.



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