3. Predict what will happen to the cell below when it is put into each of the three solutions. Fill in all blanks in the illustrations as you go. Remember proteins are too big to cross the cell's PM. Cell: 92.8% protein % water ter shift Solution A: Solution B: Solution C: 89.7% protein 97.1% protein 94.2% protein % water % water % water In solution A, water will move the cell. Thus, solution A is hyper/hypo/iso) ERGY STAR In solution B, water will move the cell. Thus, solution B is hyper/hypo/iso) In solution C, water will move the cell. Thus, solution C is hyper/hypo/iso)

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3. Predict what will happen to the cell below when it is put into each of the three solutions. Fill in all blanks in the
illustrations as you go. Remember proteins are too big to cross the cell's PM.
Cell:
92.8% protein
% water
ter
shift
Solution A:
Solution B:
Solution C:
89.7% protein
97.1% protein
94.2% protein
% water
% water
% water
In solution A, water will move
the cell. Thus, solution A is hyper/hypo/iso)
ERGY STAR
In solution B, water will move
the cell. Thus, solution B is hyper/hypo/iso)
In solution C, water will move
the cell. Thus, solution C is hyper/hypo/iso)

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3. Predict what will happen to the cell below when it is put into each of the three solutions. Fill in all blanks in the illustrations as you go. Remember proteins are too big to cross the cell's PM. Cell: 92.8% protein % water ter shift Solution A: Solution B: Solution C: 89.7% protein 97.1% protein 94.2% protein % water % water % water In solution A, water will move the cell. Thus, solution A is hyper/hypo/iso) ERGY STAR In solution B, water will move the cell. Thus, solution B is hyper/hypo/iso) In solution C, water will move the cell. Thus, solution C is hyper/hypo/iso)

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