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With regards to human health and welfare, biological transport plays a significant role in ensuring proper health maintenance for our day to day activities. It involves the movement of materials across the cell membrane in the human blood. Biological transport is vital in:
- Protection of the internal cells’ environment, which helps to keep the balance of its salts, nutrients availability and proteins within a given range that maintains the cellule alive.
- Content separation from the external environment of the cell, which allows the creation of organelles within the cells, hence, controlling the passage of materials in to and out of the cell. It helps the domination of the cell for certain processes to occur.
- Essential for survival in that the cells have to be in a position of acquiring what they need, which they are not able to process. On the other hand, it sends out what they manufacture to the intended cells, which helps in the elimination of cellular waste.
- Cell transport is essential in maintaining the cell membrane at the homeostasis state within the cell to keep the cells alive and full of health. The cell membrane, on the other hand, assists in providing support to the cells shape and mechanical support.
- Through processes like endocytosis, the cells can protect the body from solid particles such as bacteria’s, thus, guarding the body against unwanted diseases.
- Cellular transport is advantageous for rapid transportation of essential products into the cells. It’s facilitation through active transport or passive transport.
Active transport involves usage of energy by the cells to pull in or pump out specific molecules and ions. It includes proteins known as pumps. However, passive transport consists of the molecule movement from a highly concentrated region to the lower concentrated areas. In this process, no energy used.
- Exocytosis in a cell membrane is involved in the removal of secretory substances, for instance, the digestive enzymes, hormones and plasma proteins. Also, it deals with excretion of unwanted products outside the cell.
- Cell membrane keeps up with unequal distribution of ions, sodium, and calcium because of its selectively permeable nature that plays a vital role in the production of potential differences across the plasma membrane. It’s negative inside a cell as compared to the outside part of the cell. Hence, protecting the structures within the cells. Its semi-permeable nature only allows particular objects to pass through it.
- Diffusion as a factor of biological transport ensures an adequate supply of oxygen from levels of high concentration to the region of lower concentration allowing nutrients to move freely through the cells.
- Through blood transport, the absorption of digested food is enhanced from the alimentary canal into the bloodstream hence provision of the needed energy by the body. This helps the physique carry out its normal functions.
- Active transport, on the other hand, plays a significant role in re-absorption of the necessary sugars and some salts by the kidney. Accumulation of substance into the body to offset the osmotic imbalances especially for organisms in and the saline environment.
- Diffusion accelerates the exchange of gases across the alveolus diffuse from the capillaries to the blood. After which nitrogenous wastes from the cells, e.g., urea is excreted from the blood capillaries into the elimination site.
In conclusion, biological transport is essential in our day to day life. From body balance and nutrients distribution, our bodies remain healthy through different processes involved in cell transportation. These include diffusion, osmosis, and active transport. For drugs to be able to move from the external environment to the different body mechanisms, a process has to be undertaken for the medicine to be accommodated inside the cell membrane. After entering the body, the drugs will be stored and distributed within the body, thus leading to cure or prevention.