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What moves into and out of a cell through osmosis?

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How do water molecules move through the cell membrane during osmosis?

Water molecules move with the help of membrane proteins called aquaporins, which regulate the movement of water in an out of the cell. Because of the dual nature of the membra

Do cells use osmosis to move nutrients?

I think that yes, becuase osmosis is the diffusion of water across  the cell membrane and diffusion is the movement of a substance from  a area of its higher concentration t

How does water move through osmosis?

Osmosis is the diffusion of a solvent (usually water molecules) through a semipermeable membrane from an area of low solute concentration to an area of high solute concentrati

Is it true that water move from cell to cell through osmosis?

Yes. But only through a permeable or semi permeable membrane EDIT: The cell membrane is not itself permeable to water. However there does exist a type of protein pore called