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    19. Animal cells contain a low concentration of sodium ions inside the cell, while there is a high concentration of sodium ions outside the cell. Sodium ions must constantly be moved from inside the cell to outside. What type of transport process is necessary to accomplish this? Is energy required for this transport?

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      You can find out all about this process here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Active_transport

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