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How do you calculate potential of a cell theoretically?
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water potential measures the tendency of water to move from one region to another. In the case of osmosis occurring through the membrane of a plant cell, the water potential is the sum of the solute potential and the pressure potential. The question states the pressure potential is nil. Therefore, the water potential is a direct measure of the solute potential. The question also states that the water potential within the cell is lower than that of its surroundings. This means the solute potential within the cell is also lower than that of its surroundings Hence, there is more solutes outside the cell and less solutes inside the cell. This type of solute gradient will cause solvent to move out of the cell. Therefore the cell is hypotonic to its environment.
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