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anonymous

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Can someone help describe how cells affected by the movement of water? I'm really not understanding?

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    Can you expand on your question?

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    In plant With acknowledgements to Wikipedia When placed in hyper tonic(super salt saturated) solution--Water moves out When placed in hypo tonic(unsaturated) solution--Water moves in When placed in isotonic(salt saturated) solution--Water moves out and in equal amounts In all three cases the cell wall maintains the cell without letting it collapse

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