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Submerging of a red blood cell in a hypertonic solution will result in

  1. Lysis of the cell membrane
  2. Bursting of the cell
  3. Plasmolysis of the cell
  4. The cell becoming turgid
  5. The cell becoming flaccid
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In a hypertonic solution, there is more concentration of solute molecules and less concentration of solvent or water molecules. Following the process of osmosis, water moves from its re...

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