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28 November, 11:29

How do diffusion and osmosis differ?

A. Diffusion takes place in eukaryotes; osmosis takes place in prokaryotes.

B. Only water molecules move during diffusion; oxygen and waste move during osmosis.

C. Only water molecules move during osmosis; oxygen and waste move during diffusion.

D. Substances move into cells during diffusion; substances move out of cells during osmosis.

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  1. 28 November, 11:38
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    Answer: C. Only water molecules move during osmosis; oxygen and waste move during diffusion.

    Explanation: Osmosis refers to water moving in or out of a cell, while diffusion could be oxygen or waste molecules that move in or out of the cell by way of passive transport
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