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Which of the following is a true statement about diffusion? A. Diffusion is only important for animal cells. B. Diffusion requires energy input from the cell. C. Only water can diffuse across a cell membrane. D. Molecules move from areas of high concentration to areas of low concentration.

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I agree, D
A is wrong because all cells under diffusion B is wrong because diffusion doesn't need energy input from the cell C is wrong because that is only true for osmosis hence the correct answer is D molecules move down the concentration gradient

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Lol, they got it for you, but this belongs in the Biology Section. Welcome to OpenStudy btw! Please remember to close the question when you are done with it!
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