Endomembrane System: Digestive Organelles Video Lessons

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Concept: Endomembrane System: Digestive Organelles

Problem: The ways by which a cell avoids surface limitations to diffusion does not include:  a. Having a nucleus b. A flattened shape c. Being long and thin d. Having specialized structures for labor within the cell memebrane e. Having a vacuole filled with water

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The ways by which a cell avoids surface limitations to diffusion does not include: 

a. Having a nucleus

b. A flattened shape

c. Being long and thin

d. Having specialized structures for labor within the cell memebrane

e. Having a vacuole filled with water

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