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Placing plant cells into hypotonic solution causes the osmotic pressure to increase. Placing an animal cell in a hypotonic solution will cause water to move into the cell.
When cells are placed in a hypertonic solution, water moves out of the cell into the solution.
Water moves out of the cell in hypertonic solution.
water will move from surrouding area to inside the cell.
Because both the cell and the outside are isotonic (equally balanced in concentration) the water will contue to move equally in both directions. cool
A good hypotonic solution would be distilled water. The lack of solutes in this solution will cause water to move into whatever cell was placed into it.
A change in cell volume that will occur when a cell is placed in a hypotonic solution is that a cell will expand. Water will move from the solution into the cell. If enough water enters the cell the cell will expand and eventually burst.
Water would move from the cell into the solution until an equilibrium reached.
Distilled water will move out of the dialysis bag and into the sucrose solution due to osmosis and the fact that the dialysis bag has a hypertonic solution of H2O as compared to the sucrose solution.
Because of osmosis the water in the potato will move into the hypertonic solution causing the potato to lose weight.
If place in a hypertonic solution it would swell and/or burst because to much water is getting in the cell from the hypertonic solution ( osmosis ). If placed in a hypotonic solution it will end up shrinking from the water leaving the cell to the hypotonic solution ( again osmosis ). Osmosis is when water moves to a lower pressure of water so if there's more water pressure in the cell it will move out into the less dense solution. :)
if salt solution or vinegar is added to onion cell then the water will move out of the cell because there is a higher concentration of salt so the water will have to move outside to equal the amount the cell will shrink
water will move from a high H2O concentration inside the cell, to a low H2O concentration outside the cell.
when a cell is placed in a salt solution that means the cell has less osmotic pressure than the sorroundings so water will move from the cell to the cell to the solution and hence the cell will be dilated when the cell is placed in water that means the cell has higher osmotic pressure and water will move to the cell making it turgid and burst if its animal cell it wont burts in plants because they have cell walls
The water molecules are at a dynamic equilibrium, which means that equal amounts of water move into and out of the cell at the same time.
The only similarities are that these deal with solutions. If the cell is placed into a hypotonic solution, the amount of salt (or sugar) will be lower, and water will move into the cell, and it will swell. Water will move from a lower concentration of water to a higher to reach a balance. The opposite will be true for hypertonic solutions, the cell will lose water. They appear crenate or serrated.
Yes, we must move to renewable energy, stop burning fossil fuels and plant billions of trees.
the water will move into the cell during a hypotonic solution :)
In a hypertonic solution water is most likely to move out of the cell because it is in a high concentration and the cell will shrink. They tend to give up water across the permiable cell membrane
plant move water from the ground by its roots
Placed in a hypertonic solution(lower water potential), the red blood cell cytoplasm contains a solution of higher water concentration. Hence water molecules move by osmosis from the red blood cell through its selectively permeable membrane to the hypertonic solution.
A hypertonic solution is one with more dissolved substances/less water/higher osmotic potential than another fluid. A cell placed in a solution with a lower water potential than itself will undergo exosmosis/water will move out the cell.
water moves out of the cell in a hypertonic solution. water moves out in order for solution to move in and create equilibrium. so water out, solution in.
The water from the cytoplasm within the red blood cell will move out of the cell into the environment and the cell itself will shrivel up.