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have some questions..
1. can white blood cells undergo phagocytosis on bacteria?
2.can diffusion still occur across a partially permeable membrane?
3.can u say eukaryotes when describing organisms or do u use it for cells? Like can you say 'this organism is a eukaryote'
4. is lactic acid produced in cells themselves?
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1. Phagocytosis is the process through which phagocytes engulf pathogens so yeah
2. Osmosis is simply the "diffusion" of water particles through a partially permeable membrane
3. I think what you're looking for is Multicellular organisms
4. lactic acids are produced in muscles during anaerobic respiration, so not to sure where you're going with that one
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thank you! so do you said the organisms have eukaryotic cells? also if it isn't water, like oxygen into cells for example, do you still say it's diffusion across a partially permeable membrane?
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1. Phagocytosis is the process through which phagocytes engulf pathogens so yeah
2. Osmosis is simply the "diffusion" of water particles through a partially permeable membrane
3. I think what you're looking for is Multicellular organisms
4. lactic acids are produced in muscles during anaerobic respiration, so not to sure where you're going with that one
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thank you! so do you said the organisms have eukaryotic cells? also if it isn't water, like oxygen into cells for example, do you still say it's diffusion across a partially permeable membrane?
No, diffusion has nothing to do with a partially permeable membrane
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thank you! so do you said the organisms have eukaryotic cells? also if it isn't water, like oxygen into cells for example, do you still say it's diffusion across a partially permeable membrane?
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No, diffusion has nothing to do with a partially permeable membrane
I understand the confusion here but osmosis is the special case of diffusion involving water molecules, as a solvent. Diffusion is simply a form of movement that you can find in all sorts of different scenarios with different mediums and solvents in this case water and of course the partially permeable membrane
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