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What is mass transportation across the cell membrane?
Mass transportation is the entrance or the exiting of substances in or from the cell engulfed by portions of membrane. The fusion of internal substance-containing membranous vesicles with the cell membrane is called exocytosis. The entrance of substances in the cell after they have been engulfed by projections of the membrane is called endocytosis.
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