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No, but yes. Sucrose is a large polar solute. Because it is polar, it cannot easily pass the hydrophobic core of the membrane. So, if the lipids of the plasma membrane are mostly impermeable to sucrose, how do cells take in sucrose? Plants In biology, membrane-bound proteins are used for efficient transport across the membrane (Brian, 2011 from a review ...

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