WONDER #2585: What is a Semipermeable Membrane?
Question 1 of 3
The state of equilibrium in which life processes can be carried out is called...
- semipermeable membrane
Question 2 of 3
Larger molecules rely on ________________ to enter and exit the cell.
- auto carbohydrates
- oxygen molecules
- transport proteins
Question 3 of 3
What was the main idea of this Wonder?
- A semipermeable membrane is the lining that protects a cell and allows some particles through while blocking others.
- Cells are the building blocks of life.
- Though they are tiny, cells have several features, including a nucleus and mitochondria.
- People should be more aware of what their cells do.
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