During diffusion, when the concentration of molecules on both sides of a membrane is the same, the molecules will
move across the membrane to the outside of the cell.
stop moving across the membrane.
continue to move across the membrane in both directions.
move across the membrane to the inside of the cell.
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I believe it is C, I don't remember why.
Please give me a second to think about it, I took biology awhile ago.
I believe it has something to do with bonding, I can't remember for sure though.
I believe on one side the molecules bond together and get bigger and that way they can't cross through the membrane. Or something like that. I am not really sure, sorry I think my answer my be wrong to.
I suggest you wait, for someone else to answer.
Molecules move randomly but may move directionally as a group across a concentration gradient. Dynamic equilibrium is achieved across a membrane when movement of molecules as a population are not directional - molecules move in both directions at the same rate.
i would say c
I was thinking of osmosis. LOL.
There could be other way of transportation except diffusion and osmosis. These are “passive” and there’s also “active” all known as "Passive transport" and "Active transport". The ways each of these things functions and metabolizes are related to living cells. Anyways, there’re many ways sugars can enter the membrane.