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What provides the energy for the H+ to be pumped against the concentration  gradient.?

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ATP (adenosine triphosphate) provides energy for pumping H+ ions against their concentration gradient. This type of transport of molecules against their concentration gradient is called active transport. It can be of two types: primary active and secondar...

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