If it was a marine jellyfish, it would die.
it would die because they cant survive the freshwater trip
Water would diffuse into the cells of the jellyfish, causing it to bloat up and possibly burst.
If a jellyfish was placed in a freshwater lake, the jellyfish would be placed in a hypotonic environment. Osmosis says that water moves from areas of low solute concentration to high concentration, in order to reach a dynamic equilibrium. In other words, due to the fact that the jellyfish was placed in a hypotonic environment, or an area of low solute concentration compared to the jelly fish, its cells would be flooded with the fresh water and its cells would burst, causing the death of the jellyfish.
it would swell and finally burst apart.
It would lose salt into the water.
they would slowly deterierate until it died.
Water would pass from the cell to the surroundings, making it shrink.
Unless its something like a mangrove, it would die.
If a saltwater plant were placed in freshwater aquarium then the plant cells would burst. This is because the salt water would make the plant cell allow more water to come in.
They would slowly realize that is not their habitat and will die a slow and painful death.
Loss of water through osmosis is what would occur. The protozoan would shrivel up if it did not have a way to replace freshwater in its cells.
water leaves the cell causeing the cell to shrink.
Whatever the organism is it will die a dreadfully painfull death.
youd kill it
it would die
You'd probably get stung.
we will be floppy as a jellyfish
You would get minor, but very painful injuries from the man of war jellyfish.
He will die.
You see, the water would be slightly impossible for the little guys to live. They would die. It's like putting a penguin in Texas. It doesn't work out quite so well for the penguin.
there would be no more jelly crystals
It depends. If you swallowed a Portuguese man of war, you would be dead.
The cells would attempt to adapt by either going through endocytosis. However, this would not go over well so the plant cells would swell up and burst, resulting in the plant's death.