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The Biology Portal

Welcome to the biology portal! This portal is intended to be a user-friendly guide to biology content on Wikiversity for pre-school, primary and secondary levels. For a more specialist and advanced portal, please refer to the life sciences portal.

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"The active transport of small molecules or ions across a cell membrane is generally carried out by transport proteins or “pumps” that are found in the membrane itself. Larger molecules and clumps of material can also be actively transported across the cell membrane by processes known as endocytosis and exocytosis. The transport of these larger materials sometimes involves changes in the shape of the cell membrane.

--Read more about active transport in High School Biology/Lessons/Lesson 3, taught by AvidInsight.
The Heart
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1. Right atrium
2. Left atrium
3. Superior Vena Cave
4. Aorta
5. Pulmonary Artery
6. Pulmonary Vein
7. Mitral valve
8. Aortic valve
9. Left ventricle
10. Right ventricle
11. Inferior Vena Cave
12. Tricuspid Valve
13. Pulmonary Valve
 
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Guide to Biology
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"The active transport of small molecules or ions across a cell membrane is generally carried out by transport proteins or “pumps” that are found in the membrane itself. Larger molecules and clumps of material can also be actively transported across the cell membrane by processes known as endocytosis and exocytosis. The transport of these larger materials sometimes involves changes in the shape of the cell membrane.

--Read more about active transport in High School Biology/Lessons/Lesson 3, taught by AvidInsight.
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