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How does the plasma membrane help maintain homeostasis in a cell MORE?

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The plasma membrane maintains the homeostasis throughout a cell because it filters what substances go in and out of the cell. If there is too much of a substance in a cell the plasma membrane quickly disposes it and when there is not enough of a substance in a cell the plasma membrane lets the substance in. AnswerParty on!

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