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  • Isotonic Point Lab Report

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    four different plant cells had different isotonic points and, therefore, proved that the internal solute concentration of plants in a different environment are different. To elaborate further, the isotonic point is defined in this lab as having about 50% plasmolyzed and 50% unplasmolyzed cells in a specific species. In terms of salt concentration, a higher isotonic point indicates that the solute concentration inside the cell is higher than outside the cell. For example, plant cells with an isotonic

  • Lab Report Osmosis on Potatoe

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    Practical Work Nº2: “Different methods to control osmosis” Aim: observe and test the process of osmosis through different kinds of methods: the weigh (potato), the density (beetroot) and under the light microscope (onion). Hypothesis: according to the encyclopedia definition osmosis is the diffusion of a liquid (most often assumed to be water, but it can be any liquid solvent) through a partially-permeable membrane from a region of high solvent potential to a region of low solvent potential. Thus

  • Resistance Of A Solute From Concentration

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    Introduction Cells must move materials throughout membranes and cytoplasm in order to keep on maintaining homeostasis. This movement is regulated through cellular membranes, which are selectively permeable. Membranes have phospholipid bilayers, containing embedded proteins. The phospholipid fatty acids hinder the flow of H2O because of its hydrophobic behavior. The cellular environment is aqueous, meaning that the solutes dissolve in water (solvent). Water may cross voluntarily through the membrane

  • Osmosis

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    membranes and how these processes affect water potential. Students will also calculate water potential of plant cells. EDVOTEK, Inc. • 1-800-EDVOTEK • EVT 080423AM 2 AP Biology EDVO-Kit # 281 Principles & Practice of Diffusion and Osmosis Table of Contents Lab # 1

  • Plant Cells : Occasion Homework

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    Plant Cells: Occasion Homework. 9/4/16 Plants have numerous cells inside them. They all have distinctive part and capacities. Together they all out to make the plant empower itself to survive. Inside a plant are its cells. Inside a cell are its organelles. These organelles are called cell organelles which are little individual parts of a phone which complete distinctive particular capacities. There are a vast variety of different • Golgi Mechanical assembly: An arrangement (stack) of levelled

  • Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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    92 Simple Machines 93-99 Unit 5 The Physical Environment Weather and Climate 100-113 Soils 114-128 Unit 6 Living things in the Environment Plant and animal cells 129 Eukaryotes vs prokaryotes 130 Structures and functions 133-137 Microbes 148-150 Onion and cheek cells 150-151 Ecological study 154 Seed