To Enter or Leave a Cell Substances Must Pass through?

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A substance must pass through the cell membrane to enter or leave a cell. The membrane protects the cell's contents and selects what is able to pass through.
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the cell membrane in an animal cell or in the case of a plant cell it would be the cell membrane and the cell wall.
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water and "nutrients" depending on the specific type of cell. Plant cells need inorganic nitrogen compounds (ammonia, nitrate) phosphate, iron, magnesium, manganese, copper
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If the substance 'X' is a charged molecule then it will certainly move through active transport with the help of proteins. If it an uncharged molecule then it will move either through
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