Help your Biology students remember the differences between simple diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and active transport better by using these highly visual Doodle Notes. They are a quick and fun activity that aids in memory by utilizing both hemispheres of the brain. Your students will love it!
PLEASE NOTE: This resource is also included in my Human Body Systems MEGA-Bundle (PowerPoints, Notes, Labs, Diagrams)
This page includes images of simple diffusion across the cell membrane, facilitated diffusion with channel proteins, and active transport such as the sodium-potassium pump. It makes a great addition to a unit on the phospholipid bilayer, diffusion & osmosis, or cellular organelles.
At the bottom of the page, students summarize the differences between passive transport and active transport. The graphics provide for better comprehension and long-term memory of concepts.
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