Aquaporins are a kind of membrane proteins that form channels in the membrane and are usually facilitating transport of water between cells.
When aquaporins are present, more water molecules can travel from the more dilute solution to less dilution solution across the semi-permeable membrane so presence of aquaporins would increase the rate of osmosis thus facilitating it.
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