How does Brownian movement relate to the microscopic nature of cells?

1 Answer
Feb 2, 2018

Brownian movement is caused by the particles being struck, so it is related to the microscopic nature of cells.


When a particle or cells maybe, are moving randomly in a zigzag manner, we call it the Brownian motion or movement. This is caused due to smaller and much more microscopic particles collide with the cells, which causes this random movement.