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Which phrase best describes osmosis? A. the process by which the cytoplasm physically divides B. the process of DNA synthesis C. the process where a selectively permeable membrane allows the
movement of water through it D. the process where distribution of molecules is balanced out by their movement
A. the process by which the cytoplasm physically divides best describes osmosis.
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User: Which phrase best describes osmosis? A. the process by which the cytoplasm physically divides B. the process of DNA synthesis C. the process where a selectively permeable membrane allows the movement of water through it D. the process where distribution of molecules is balanced out by their movement

Weegy: A. the process by which the cytoplasm physically divides best describes osmosis.
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