When a molecule moves across a membrane independent of other molecules, the process is called

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In the uniport movement, a molecule moves across a biological membrane through ion channels and carrier proteins and is independent of other molecules. In the symport movement, two molecules cross the membrane through ion channels and carrier proteins in the same direction. In the antiport movement, two molecules cross the membrane through ion channels and carrier proteins in an opposite directions.

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