Plasma membrane or cell membrane
The semipermeable membrane that encloses the cytoplasm of a cell...
The semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell.
Plant cells are enclosed by a cell membrane and cell wall. The cell wall is a rigid structure made up of cellulose and the cell membrane is a semipermeable membrane made up of protein and fat.
A semipermeable membrane.
Cell membrane, cytomembrane or semipermeable membrane
semipermeable membrane can pass through the cell membrane easily
semipermeable cell membrane
The cell membrane is a semipermeable membrane which allows nutrients to enter the cell and waste to leave the cell.
nothing A semipermeable membrane
It is semipermeable.
the cell membrane
No, cell wall is not permeable only cell membrane is
True. The plasma membrane is semipermeable in that it allows certain things to pass while disregarding others.
Cell membrane is the living outermost component of cell. It helps in protecting cell from mechanical shocks and also provide a confined shape and structure to the cell. The main role of cell membrane is either to check the in and out movement of compounds to the cell, as it work as semipermeable membrane which allows the specific compounds or elements into and out of the cell.
The cell membrane, the plasma membrane, the fluid mosaic and also called, formally, the phospholipid bilayer.
I think it is the semipermeable membrane
The cell membrane. It is described as semipermeable
The Membrane Only Allows Certain Molecules To Pass Through
The answer is the plasma membrane.
No, the cell membrane is semipermeable and allows passage to selective particles
the cell membrane allows only certain substances to pass through it It is considered semipermeable because, it allows non charged particals to pass through.