Cells and Control


How does water move in and out of cells?

3 years ago


1 Reply




Columbus Schimmel

1 Answer

Tara S Profile Picture
Tara S Verified Sherpa Tutor ✓

An experienced and enthusiastic tutor with a PhD in Molecular Biology

1 reviews

Water moves into and out of cells via osmosis - i.e. the movement of water from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration across a partially permeable membrane.

I'm available for 1:1 private online tuition!

Click here to view my profile and arrange a free introduction.

Think you can help?

More Biology GCSE Questions
Sherpa Badge

Need a GCSE Biology tutor?

Get started with a free online introductions with an experienced and qualified online tutor on Sherpa.

Find a GCSE Biology Tutor