A bullet enters the left side of a male passes through left lung lodges the heart what is the order the serous membrane and their cavities through which the bullet passes?
pparietal pleura, visceral pleura, parietal pleura, parietal pericardium, visceral pericardium
1. It enters through the cell wall. 2. It enters through the cell membrane. (Note that it enters through the cell wall's pores; and the cell membrane has to be semi-permeable) 3. Since water in the plant cell is stored in the vacuoles, the water enters the vacuole. There, the cell has gained more water. (When the cell releases water, it is the same sequence of steps except BACKWARDS) Hope my Answer helped -Rin Rin
The air flow of the lungs is as follows... From the Nasal cavities to the Pharynx to the Larynx to the Trachea to the Bonchi to the Bronchioles Alveoli ...The respiratory gases, oxygen, and carbon dioxide, diffuse across the Aveolar pulmonary Capillary membrane. Hope this diaphragm answers your question
Air enters the body through the nose or mouth, which are connected through the nasal and oral cavities to the pharynx, through which air passes to the larynx and food to the esophagus. Air passes through the larynx (the voicebox), and then to the trachea, the "windpipe". The main brochial passageways (bronchi) subdivide in the lungs into smaller and smaller airways, and finally to the individual air sacs called alveoli, where oxygen enters the bloodstream.
The plasma membrane regulates what enters/leaves cell through the phospholipid bilayer using selective permeability, by which a membrane allows some substances into the cells while keeping others out. Picture a butterfly net, the holes in the allow knats and other bugs to pass through, while capturing other
our cell is semipermeable...means that only selected substances can go into..or permeable..anything can go through..the cell membrane has no ability to stop what is entering our cell. a polyssacharide can never enter the cell because its too big ..and will never fit into the cell. while double sugars can enter but with very slow uptake... a monossacharide can easily pass through. its up to weather what the size of the nutrient is.. but a celll…