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Q: What will be zero in a fully turgid cell?
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What does it mean if the plant cells turgid?

It means the cell is fully hydrated


Why is it important for a cell to become Turgid?

If it's a plant cell it needs good, fully-functioning palisade cells to let water flow in and out. A plant cell needs to be turgid so that the plant have a support and structure.


What happen when a fully turgid plant cell is placed in a hypertonic solution?

It welts and shrivels up


What is the opposite of a turgid cell?

If the cell environment is hypotonic, the cell could be described as turgid.


Why turgid cell has more red pigment?

is it that the turgid cell has more red pigment than plasmolyzed cell


Which has more red pigment a turgid cell or a plasmolyzed cell of rhoeo discolor?

turgid cell. But why?


What does it mean if a plant cell is turgid?

If a plant cell is turgid it is swollen, distended, congested or stiff


What does it mean if plant cell is turgid?

If a plant cell is turgid it is swollen, distended, congested or stiff


If a cell moved from a hypertonic solution to a hypotonic solution how would the cell membrane respond?

The cell membrane becomes turgid (fully stretched)and due to endosmosis of the solution.


The opposite of a turgid plant cell is what?

The opposite of a turgid plant cell is called a flaccid plant cell. A walled cell is flaccid in surroundings where there is no tendency for water to enter. A turgid wall is very form, while a flaccid cell wall is more limp.


What happens when a fully turgid plant cell is placed in a hypertonic solution?

Cell loses water and later becomes plamolyzed, cell wall is still in tact as it is not affected by plasmolysis, only the cytoplasm etc does.


What happens to a cell when it is placed into a solution that is hypo-tonic to it?

Water moves into the cell by osmosis. If it is a plant cell, it will become fully turgid. If it is an animal cell, the cell will become larger and larger and will eventually burst.


What is meant by turgid cells?

A turgid cell is one which absorb water to exert turgor pressure on its wall. This situation is obtained when osmotic potential in the cell is higher than its surrounding cell. It will then absorb water through endo-osmosis to become turgid.


What happens when water is within a cell?

the cell remains turgid


When a cytoplasm of a plant cell is pressed against the cell wall the cell is?

turgid


Why cant an animal cell become turgid?

Animal cells 'cant' become turgid because water is constanly being used up ,or, if not, its passed out/eliminated. However, in the case of the cell actually becoming turgid, it would burst.


A plant cell placed in 100 percent water will become Flaccid turgid or no change?

in pure water a cell will become turgid and water will flow in through osmosis.


Why cell membrane said act like fluid?

Because it can have the same problems as water E.G. turgid and flaccid Turgid is the flooding of the cell membrane and flaccid is the drought of the cell membrane.


What happens to plant cell in hypotonic solution?

Plant cell become turgid .


When more water moves out of a cell than moves in the cell will?

The cell will be very turgid and stiff.


What causes plant cell to become turgid?

omosis


The turgid condition of a cell is due to what?

you are stupid


A cell that has a strong turgor pressure called?

turgid


What is the proper term for a shriveled animal cell?

turgid


Are vacuoles seen in plant cell?

Yes they filled with cell sap to help keep the cell turgid