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Match what will happen next to the correct description.
Placing a cell in an isotonic solution causes the cell to
Placing a cell in an hypertonic solution causes the cell to
Placing a cell in an hypotonic solution causes the cell to
Placing a cell containing 10% salt into a solution containing 15% salt will cause the cell to
Placing a cell containing 10% salt into a solution containing 7% salt will cause the cell to
The concentration of water is higher in the soil than in plant root cells. Water moves into root cells of a plant by…
The cell below is in a _________ solution. (hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic)
The cell below is in a _____________ solution. (hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic)
A saltwater fish is accidentally placed in a freshwater aquarium in a few short hours it sadly died. Which explains why this occurred?
Our bodies work to maintain homeostasis by keeping internal conditions within a certain range, and never allowing them to go too far to one side or the other. A good example of this would be
The diffusion of water through a selectively permeable membrane is called osmosis. Which description represents the effects of osmosis on a plant cell when the concentration of sugar particles is greater inside the cell than outside?
A student places a bunch of grapes in a bowl of plain water and a second bunch of grapes in a bowl of salt water. After an hour, the grapes in the plain water are swollen, whereas the grapes in the salt water are shriveled. What cellular process caused the grapes to shrivel?
The diagram below represents a cell in water. Explain why more water is moving out of the cell than into the cell.
A student measures the mass of each of six potato cores and places one core in each of the unknown solutions. After a period of time, the student removes the potato cores and measures the mass of each one. The results are shown in the table.
Which statement best describes a conclusion the student can make about the results?