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The conditions under which the process of crenation takes place are to be described.

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Crenation is a process in which cells are contracted after exposure to a hypertonic solution due to the loss of water.

If two solutions of different concentrations are compared, then solution with the higher solute concentration is hypertonic and the solution with lower solute concentration is hypotonic.

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