endosmosis definition

  • noun:
    • The inward-flow of a fluid through a permeable membrane toward a fluid of better concentration.
    • osmosis for which fluid moves through a membrane towards a spot of higher focus
    • The transmission of a fluid inwards through a porous septum or partition which distinguishes it from another fluid various density: in opposition to exosmosis: see osmosis.
    • The inward flow of a fluid through a permeable membrane toward a fluid of greater concentration.
    • osmosis in which liquid moves through a membrane towards an area of greater concentration
    • The transmission of a fluid inwards through a porous septum or partition which distinguishes it from another fluid various density: in opposition to exosmosis: see osmosis.
    • The inward flow of a fluid through a permeable membrane toward a fluid of greater focus.
    • osmosis by which substance moves through a membrane towards a region of higher focus
    • The transmission of a fluid inwards through a porous septum or partition which separates it from another fluid of various density: against exosmosis: see osmosis.

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