Why do O2 and CO2 pass through the plasma…

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  1. Asdasdas

    Asdasdas New Member

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    Why do O2 and CO2 pass through the plasma membrane? A. They are nonpolar and soluble.b. they are facilitated by protein.c. they are "pumped" through.d. they undergo pinocytosis.
     
  2. Sinix

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    The answer of your question is 6,05 because (2+3 over 5) (2+1 over 5) hope that explains it
     

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