How chemical equilibrium is achieved in cells

To function properly the cell must maintain a stable internal environment. Cell membranes are semipermeable, allowing only selective molecules to pass through. This helps cells to maintain chemical equilibrium within and out side the cell. This video explains the process by which cells achieve equilibrium. Edited by Ashraf

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Channels: Cell Biology

Tags: Chemical equilibrium Cell Semipermeable membrane

Uploaded by: ( Send Message ) on 15-10-2007.

Duration: 1m 28s