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What would happen if the cell membrane became impermeable?

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Answer The cell would die very quickly. The cell will not be able to survive if the cell membrane became impermiable since water, ions and important biomolecules can no longer be transported in and out. This transport is essential for the cells
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The cell membrane is selectively permeable,
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Huge molecules like proteins and things like bacteria are usually not taken up directly, but using another method like endocytosis. There are ions, polar and hydophillic molecules
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Two options. -Either the molecule is too large(Like an enzyme or something like that), and it will be unable to navigate through the phospholipid molecules because there's simply
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