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will fan and medal! A scientist is studying a unicellular organism. The organism normally looks like image A. Then the scientist places the cell in two different solutions. In the first solution, the cell changes to look like image B. In the second solution, it changes to look like image C. Which statement describes the solution and the movement that would cause both the results for the cells labeled B and C? A. Large amounts of saline would cause the cell to swell, while reduced amounts would cause it to shrivel. B. Large amounts of salt water would cause the cell to

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