Osmosis plays an important role in biological systems as many biological membranes are semi-permeable. Osmosis provides the primary means by which water gets out from the cells and also enters the cells.The turgor pressure of a cell is largely maintained by osmosis across the cell membrane and its relative environment.
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1)The process of blood purification is carried out by the kidneys which isolates the impurities in the form of urine, which is, then, carried to the bladder from where they are, eventually, sent ahead for evacuation from the body.
2)Through the process of osmosis, nutrients get transported to cells and waste materials get moved out of them.
Plants wouldn't exist without osmosis and without plants, no other life could exist as they are a vital link of the entire food chain of the planet.
it helps maintain a stable internal environment in a living organism by keeping the pressure of the inter and intracellular fluids balanced, and it allows the absorption of nutrients and expulsion of waste from various bodily organs on the cellular level.
5)By enabling nutrients to reach the cellular interiors and aiding in their absorption, the process of osmosis makes sure that cells get repaired and stay healthy so that they perform their intended functions effectively.