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15 August, 11:50

What controls movement in and out of the cell

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  1. 15 August, 11:54
    The cell membrane allows things in and out of the cell.
  2. 15 August, 12:12
    The cell membrane is semipermeable, meaning that only certain molecules and substances can pass through the cell membrane. The membrane is made of phospholipids ... Small molecules such as water or carbon dioxide are able to diffuse through the membrane by a process called simple diffusion.
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