Meaning of endosmosis

en•dos•mo•sis

Pronunciation: (en"doz-mō'sis, -dos-), [key]
— n.
  1. osmosis toward the inside of a cell or vessel.
  2. the flow of a substance from an area of lesser concentration to one of greater concentration (opposed to exosmosis).
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