the answer for this question is that the human spirit had been broken, and many people wanted to die. 1. Outside campsThere were resistance movements in most occupied countries and territories, for example, France, Yugoslavia, Poland, Norway. One of the most signifcant acts of resistance was the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 (not to be confused with the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1943). 2. In Jewish Ghettos In 1943 the Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto rose in rebellion. It was the first urban uprising again the Nazis anywhere. 3. In concentration camps and death campsOne of the most important uprisings was at Sobibor in October 1943. Members of the Sonderkommando overpowered some of the SS officers, took their weapons, and 600 inmates managed to break out. About half of these were recaptured, but the other 300 or so were free! Incredible as it sounds, one of the leaders of the Sobibor Camp Uprising, Leon Feldhandler, was murdered in 1945 by an antisemitic Pole! There was a less successful rebellion at Treblinka in August 1943, and a major (but unsuccessful) rebellion at Auschwitz.
Isotonic concentration is when the concentration of soletutes inside and outside of the cell are equal in concentration
The sodium ion concentration is higher on the outside of the cell and potassium ion concentration is higher on the inside of the cell
a difference of concentration in and outside of a cell.
The resistance group wanted him to take photos so they could smuggle them out and show the photos to the people on the outside. They also wanted them for proof and to convince people on the outside to give them explosives so they could blow up the gas chambers.
If the solution is hypotonic, the concentration of solutes is greater inside. If the solution is hypertonic, the concentration of solutes is greater outside.
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When the concentration of the glucose in the water outside the cell is higher than the concentration inside, the water will then have a tendency to leave the cell. The process of the water leaving the cell will be by osmosis.
Elie Wiesel was liberated when Buchenwald Concentration Camp was liberated in April 1945 by the prisoners themselves with the US Army standing guard outside.
Isotonic (as far as cell biology goes) describes the solute concentration of the inside of a cell as compared to the environment outside the cell. When the concentration of solutes (ions, glucose, etc) inside equal the concentration on the outside, we call this isotonic. This is in contrast to hypotonic where the concentration of solutes is greater on the INSIDE of the cell, and hypertonic where the ion concentration is greater OUTSIDE the cell.
Any ion that is positive but has a higher concentration inside the cell or is negative and has a higher concentration outside the cell. Any ion that is positive but has a higher concentration inside the cell or is negative and has a higher concentration outside the cell.
the concentration will diffuse from a high concentration area to a low concentration area until the concentrations will equal out.
The inside of cells have a higher concentration of Potassium. But there's a higher concentration of Sodium outside the cell.
It depends on the conditions. In a hypertonic solution, a higher concentration of water is inside of the cell. The outside of the cell has more salt concentration than inside the cell. The cell tries to compensate for the higher concentration of salt outside of the cell, so water from inside flows back outside in order to dilute the salt. In a hypotonic solution, a higher concentration of water is outside the cell, and a higher concentration of salt is inside of the cell. Because more salt is inside the cell, water flows in.
A solution in which the salt concentration is greater outside the cell than inside the cell is known as
diffusion is the transefer of said product from high to low concentration on the outside of the organism. e.g when in water skin wrinkles as their is water outside and water diffuses from your skin to the water outside as it has a higher concentration of molecules. You can increase diffusion by increasing the concentration of the other product on the outside. hope this helped.
There is a greater concentration of NA+ outside of the cell and a greater concentration of Potassium inside of the cell
Particles always move from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration. Therefore, if the concentration of dissolved substances is greater outside the cell, they will travel into the cell until there is an equal concentration of the substance on both sides of the cell wall.
Water Movement across a cell membrane is called Osmosis. And it is dependent on the concentration of ions on each side of the cell membrane. If the concentration is higher on the inside of the cell water rushes in to dilute the ion concentration and get it to equal the outside concentration of ions and this is called hypotonic. If the concentration is higher outside the cell water will rush out of the cell to help dilute the concentration outside the cell and get the two concentrations to become equal and is called hypertonic. If the concentration is equal in both outside and inside the cell there will be no water movement and is called isotonic. Osmosis
isotonic is when the solute concentration inside a membrane is equal to the solute concentration outside that membrane.