Describe the process of diffusion in cells, Physics

1.  Describe the process of diffusion in cells (not more than 2 pages). 

2.  Derive the equation for Fick's second law.

3.  Draw a typical FRAP curve and explain its different regions.

4.  Using Fick's law explain why the doubling times of rod-shaped bacteria are significantly shorter than those of spherical bacteria.

 

 

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