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What is Selective Permeability?

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May 09, 2015 11:34AM

The property of a membrane or other material that allows some substances to pass through it more easily than others.
Selective permeability refers to the control that a cell membrane has in terms of what it allows to cross it. This gives the cell membrane the ability to choose which molecules enter or leave.