Answer to Question #65039 in Other Biology for jasmine

Question #65039
Molecules that are too large to be moved through the cell membrane can be transported in to the cell by..?
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Expert's answer
2017-02-06T07:19:13-0500
endocytosis.

Some small organic molecules, such as glucose or amino acids, cannot cross the phospholipid bilayer and can get through membrane only with the help of carrier proteins. Larger molecules, such as starch or proteins, can enter the cell only by means of endocytosis.

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