Question: Please Give Me Right Answer I Feel Like Answer Is First (steroids Can Pass Directly Through The Phospholipids Because They Are Hydrophobic.) But, I’m Quite Unsure Whether O2 Use Diffusion Or Facilitated Diffusion. Thank You

Question: Please Give Me Right Answer I Feel Like Answer Is First (steroids Can Pass Directly Through The Phospholipids Because They Are Hydrophobic.) But, I’m Quite Unsure Whether O2 Use Diffusion Or Facilitated Diffusion. Thank You

Question 4 2 pts The phospholipid membrane of a cell is selectively permeable - some molecules can pass through the phospholiPlease give me rightanswer

I feel like answer is first (steroids can pass directlythrough the phospholipids because they arehydrophobic.)

But, I’m quite unsure whether   o2 usediffusion or facilitated diffusion.

Thank you

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Question 4 2 pts The phospholipid membrane of a cell is selectively permeable – some molecules can pass through the phospholipids directly and others need help from transport proteins. Which of the following statements is true regarding movement of molecules across the membrane? steroids can pass directly through the phospholipids because they are hydrophobic CO2 uses active transport to pass through the membrane O2 uses facilitated diffusion to pass through the membrane sodium ions (Na+) do not need help from transport proteins glucose needs help from transport proteins because it is a small, nonpolar molecule < Previous Next →