A. The movement of water molecules inside a container. B. The movement of water molecules across a membrane from an area of low concentration of water to an area of higher concentration. C. The movement of water from an area of high solute concentration to an area of lower concentration. D. The movement of water from an area of low concentration of solute to an area of higher concentration of solute.
The answer to this is D. Osmosis is the process wherein a type of solvent will pass through a plasma membrane to an area with a high solute concentration. This can happen even when the energy is passive. It does not need movement in order to occur. One example of osmosis is the moving of the water that we place on plants.
The water will go to the cell sap root hair which has a higher concentration as compared to the soil. The movement of the water particles will be precise and will occur even without putting any pressure or energy. The most common solvent that goes through osmosis is water.