anonymous
  • anonymous
Water soluble molecules often enter or exit a cell in what process? a. Osmosis c. Facilitated diffusion b. Simple diffusion d. Active transport
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Most likely osmosis
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  • anonymous
ok thanks
anonymous
  • anonymous
Water, oxygen, and carbon dioxide can enter a cell through: a. Simple diffusion c. Facilitated diffusion b. Osmosis d. Active transport

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The answer to 1 is not osmosis: osmosis is the diffusion of water and only water through a membrane the answer here is c. facilitated diffusion since water soluble molecules cant diffuse through the lipid bilayer without help. At 2 the answer is a
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