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A fish that normally lives in salty water is placed in a tank containing fresh water. What do you think will happen to the cells of the fish?

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  1. PrincessLeigh
    • 2 years ago
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    The cells in the fish will become hypotonic, meaning they will expand and explode from the low concentration of salt in the water.

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