What Does the Cell Membrane Do?


The cell membrane is the feature that controls what enters and leaves the cell. It also allows the cell to absorb the oxygen and nutrients it needs to function as well as protecting the cell from most dangerous chemicals.
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A cell membrane is defined as the biological membrane that separates the interior of all cells from the outside environment. It's main work is to control the movement of substances in and out of cells and protect the cell from outside forces.
A cell membrane is the outer barrier of an animal cell and is semi-permeable. It is responsible for managing the movement of organic substance into and out of the cell; during the process of osmosis or diffusion. It is made up of phospholipids and protein.
Cell membranes protect the inner portion from the environment. They function much like skin. It may also be permeable and control what enters or exits the cell.
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