Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

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Diffusion can occur through a cell membrane, and the membrane allows small molecules like water (H 2 O), oxygen (O 2 ), carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), and others to pass through easily. Hence while osmosis helps the plants in absorbing water and other liquids, diffusion helps other molecules to pass through and hence both facilitate the photosynthesis process. Both processes help plants to create energy and other important nutrients.

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Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

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lab report on diffusion and osmosis

Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

Diffusion can occur through a cell membrane, and the membrane allows small molecules like water (H 2 O), oxygen (O 2 ), carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), and others to pass through easily. Hence while osmosis helps the plants in absorbing water and other liquids, diffusion helps other molecules to pass through and hence both facilitate the photosynthesis process. Both processes help plants to create energy and other important nutrients.

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Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

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Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

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lab report on diffusion and osmosis

Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

Molecular Workbench is the product of the Concord Consortium — a nonprofit educational research and development organization based in Concord, Massachusetts, and Emeryville, California. Our pioneering work brings the promise of technology into reality for STEM education.

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lab report on diffusion and osmosis

Lab report on diffusion and osmosis

Diffusion can occur through a cell membrane, and the membrane allows small molecules like water (H 2 O), oxygen (O 2 ), carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), and others to pass through easily. Hence while osmosis helps the plants in absorbing water and other liquids, diffusion helps other molecules to pass through and hence both facilitate the photosynthesis process. Both processes help plants to create energy and other important nutrients.

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