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Pressure flow or mass flow hypothesis

The process of translocation of sugars from the source to the sink is known as a pressure flow hypothesis. Glucose is synthesized by photosynthesis and it is changed into sucrose. Sucrose moves into the companion cells and then into the … Continue reading

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Symport and Antiport

Some of the transport proteins carry out the diffusion when two molecules are moving through it together. Moving of molecules across the membrane in one direction is called as symport. If the molecules move in the opposite direction, then it … Continue reading

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