Definition of osmosis: Passage of a solvent (such as water) from a lower-
concentration solution to a higher-concentration solution, through a semi-
Osmosis is a process in which a fluid passes through a semipermeable
membrane, moving from an area in which a solute such as salt is present in low ...
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Aug 10, 2014 ... This is a video lesson about osmosis that describes how water moves across a
semi-permeable membrane from a 'more watery' solution to a ...
Osmosis definition, the tendency of a fluid, usually water, to pass through a
semipermeable membrane into a solution where the solvent concentration is
A BBC Bitesize secondary school revision resource for Standard Grade Biology
on cells and diffusion: cell structure, diffusion, osmosis, cellular exchange.
Water moves across cell membranes by osmosis to try to equalize the
concentration of solutes on both sides of the membrane. In this lesson, learn...
Osmosis is the movement of a solvent, such as water, through a semi-permeable
membrane. (A solvent is the major component of a solution, the liquid in which ...
Osmosis is of great importance in biological processes where the solvent is water
. The transport of water and other molecules across biological membranes is ...
These are supplemental notes and explanations for passive transport, with a
focus on diffusion and osmosis. Notes were designed for freshman biology ...
Jun 17, 2008 ... In biological systems, osmosis is essential since many biological membranes are
semipermeable, and it leads to different physiological effects.