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What is the structure of the cell membrane?

Question asked by: kdub2011

Asked on: 26 Jan 2009

The cell membrane is semi-permeable which means that it lets some things in and some things out.

This is essential to its function as if eveything could get in or nothing then it would not be possible for the cell to function.

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Replied at: 15 Feb 2009
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