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There is more potassium inside and more sodium outside
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That depends on what the cell is doing.
the outside would be hypertonic.
When a cell is placed in this type of solution there is more solute outside the cell than inside the cell what type of solution is it?
the solution is hypertonic
If there is more sodium inside a cell than outside which process could the cell use to take more sodium?
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In animals, it is the cellular membrane. In plants it is the cell wall and cell membrane.
not hypertonic solution
The cell membrane or plasma membrane or plasmalemma.
Hypertonic. Which refers to having more solutes on the outside of a cell, then inside.
What ions are found on the outside and on the inside of an axon
Both. Everything in your body, from your brain to your hair to your toes to your bones, is made of cells. Different kinds of cells make up different parts of your body. Neuron…s make up your nervous system (brain,spinal cord, and nerves), red and white blood cells make up your blood, etc.
It is due to the impalance of, most commonly, Na & K ions. This equilibrium is established by the Na/K Exchanger.
Is the way sugar enters a cell if there is more sugar outside the cell than inside the cell passive or active?
Passive (just guessing)
If there is more sodium inside a cell than outside which process could the cell use to to take in more sodium?
Active transport moves a substance across a membrane UP it'sconcentration gradient.