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What is Plasma Membrane?

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A plasma membrane is a thin layer that separate a cell from it's outside environment. Also called the cell membrane, they are semi permeable, meaning certain controlled substances can pass through it when necessary.
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Plasma Membrane
All living cells, prokaryotic and eukaryotic, have a plasma membrane that encloses their contents and serves as a semi-porous barrier to the outside environment. The membrane acts as a boundary, holding the cell constituents together and keeping other...
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The plasma membrane has one very specific function: Control over what enters or leaves the cell.
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Things like oxygen, CO2 and lipids cross the membrane with simple diffusion. Water can cross the membrane with osmosis when the water moves through a channel protein in the plasma
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