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Help?!?!?! 49. How do facilitated diffusion and active transport differ? Is osmosis an example of facilitated diffusion or active transport? 50. Compare photosynthesis with cellular respiration. State and explain at least two points of comparison between these two processes.

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    facilitated diffusion is the passage of molecules / solutes according to their gradient. if there is more on one side, then the other, that thing tends to move to the space opened, and to equilibrium, like water moving from a place to another, this process of water in particular is named osmosis. so osmosis is an example of facilitated diffusion

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