Sugar Molecules Can Enter Cells through the Process of?

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Sugar Molecules Can Enter Cells through the Process of facilitated diffusion. Protein is required to transport sugar over the cell membrane. Diffusion takes place only through a lipid bilayer membrane from an area of low to high concentration. In liquids it takes place in the verse versa.
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This process is. facilitated diffusion.
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Protein is required to transport sugar over the cell
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Facillitated diffusion catalyzed by GLUT proteins on the cell membrane.
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i think diffusion.
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