Why Is Osmosis Important to Cells?

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Osmosis is the mechanism by which water flows from a solution with low solute concentration to that with a higher one via a semi-permeable membrane. It is particularly important in cells as it aids in the distribution of nutrients and removal of toxic waste. In plants, it aids in the absorption of soil water and its transfer to all the plant cells.
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