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Consider the following situation. A cell is in a solution that contains dissolved oxygen. As the cell uses oxygen for respiration,

a. oxygen will be carried across the cell membrane by special transport molecules.
b. oxygen will naturally diffuse out of the cell.
c. no diffusion will take place.
d. oxygen in the solution will naturally diffuse into the cell.
I think it's b or d

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  1. B.

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  2. oxygen in the solution will naturally diffuse into the cell.

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  3. c. no diffusion will take place

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  4. It's B. oxygen in the solution will naturally diffuse into the cell.

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  5. thank you

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