GCSE level School biology notes: Explaining diffusion, osmosis, transport, active transport

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Movement of substances in living systems - introduction to diffusion, Fick's Law, osmosis, transport and active transport

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See also Surface exchange of substances in animal organisms

and Transport systems in plants

Sub-index for this section on transport of substances in living organisms

(1) Introduction to diffusion and demonstration experiments and its importance in biology

(2) A particle model and factors affecting the rate of diffusion and Fick's Law of diffusion

(3) The action of partially permeable cell membranes - selective diffusion and examples

(4) Osmosis - examples and explanation

(5) Some details of examples of osmotic action in individual animal or plant cell types

(6) Osmosis experiments - demonstrations of osmotic action

(7) Active transport - explanation of why needed and examples explained

(8) A quick comparison of diffusion, osmosis and active transport

See also on other pages:

Detailed notes on transport systems in plants

The human circulatory systems

Examples of surfaces for the exchange of substances in animal organisms

Enzymes - section on human digestion, metabolism and synthesis

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