• Wazzap
    accurate result – a solution with more water for example can lead to it being hypotonic when another solution with the same amount of sugar becomes hypertonic. Time – Each potato will be kept in the solution for 20min with the use of a timer. It is important that this is followed since if some...
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  • BIO 107
    measure of the osmotic pressure gradient and is the ability of a surrounding solution to gain or lose water. There are three types of tonicity: isotonic (equal), hypertonic (higher concentration inside cell), and hypotonic (lower concentration inside cell). The purpose of the lab was to see how...
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  • Diffusion and Osmosis Lab
    cell, the solution is hypertonic. In that case, water will move from the cell out into the surrounding solution. An isotonic solution is one in which the concentration of dissolved molecules is the same inside and outside the cell, and there is no net movement of water across the membrane. When...
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  • Osmosis
    similar? Explain. Approximate the solute concentration of potato cells. (3) 6) Briefly describe how plant roots absorb water from the soil. Use the terms you learned from this activity (e.g., hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic, solute, etc.). (3) Part Six – Conclusion: State your conclusion for this lab activity: (3) ...
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  • Water Retention
    solute concentration. The potato cells are at equilibrium when the sucrose molarity is 0.32 moles at this point the cell is in an isotonic solution and moves from being hypotonic to being hypertonic or vice versa. Another precaution were to ensure that the samples were not touched (with hands), also...
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  • Diffusion lab
    the bag, making it swell. Conversely, the lower concentrations of sucrose (hypotonic solution) will result in a lower rate of osmosis. A 0 concentration of sucrose will be an isotonic solution. 3. Independent variable: concentration of sucrose Dependent variable: rate of osmosis Exercise 1C: 1...
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  • Osmossis Experiment
    thus meaning that the water potential of the potato cells used in my investigation is minus 10850 KPa. The graph also shows that the distilled water is hypotonic (lower solute concentration) to the potato cell. Cells place in a hypotonic solution will take in water by osmosis making it swell due...
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  • Factors Affecting the Movement of Water Through Osmosis
    from high water concentration to low water concentration. Plant cells react to osmosis by hypertonic, isotonic and hypotonic. Keywords Hypertonic – is when the water outside of the cell is lower than that inside. Isotonic – is when the net movement is the same in both directions. Hypotonic...
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  • Yaaah
    they maintain water balance? 24. Draw an animal cell is each of the following solutions and describe the results. a. hypotonic b. hypertonic c. isotonic 25. Distinguish between turgor pressure and plasmolysis. 26. Draw and explain diagrams representing endocytosis and exocytosis....
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  • Osmosis Lab
    sucrose was the same in the solution and inside the potato cylinders (Ward). 0.6 M was probably an anomaly, this is because it goes completely out of the trend and depicts that the solution was more isotonic than 0.4 M. it also has the highest error bars. 0.8 M and 1.0 M were highly hypertonic...
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  • Osmosis
    solute concentration and a low water concentration is referred to as hypertonic. When two solutions are isotonic, there is no net flow of water because the solutions have equal concentrations. When a cell is put into a hypertonic solution, it will lose water and plasmolysis- shrinking of the...
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  • Laboratory Experiments
    , isotonic and hypertonic solutions. ANS: HYPOTONIC is the type of solution in which the cell swells and tends to burst because the amount of solution inside of the cell is high and the water enters the cell. On the other hand, ISOTONIC is the type of solution that has an equal amount of water and...
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  • Woah
    , hypertonic, and isotonic solutions. In this experiment, we learned about osmosis and diffusion through potato cores in different concentration of sucrose, (distilled water, 0.2, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8, and 1.0). Topic: How does Osmosis affect the weights of potato slices in different concentrations...
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  • Effect of Temparature on Yeast Fermentation
    concentrations the celery looked turgid due to the hypotonic conditions they had more water in them. But as concentrations changed to hypertonic the samples shrunk because they had less water. Isotonic conditions were observed at a molarity of0.32M in the celery and at 0.36M in the potato. At 0M the...
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  • Osmosis
    is nearest 0.25 M/cm³ and also indicates this solution is the isotonic and is in a near equilibrious solution for potato root cell under a perfect laboratory environment. This would also indicate that the 0 M and 0.1 M solutions can be classified as hypotonic solutions and the 0.5 M, 0.75 M and 1 M...
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  • Bio Midterm Study Guide
    about water, and how much concentration. Concentration is now the same on both sides of the membrane The solutions are isotonic-same strength The more concentrated solution at the beginning was hypertonic= above strength The dilute solution was hypotonic=below strength Solute Concentration...
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  • Biology Osmosis Experiment
    liquid inside of the potato is slightly salty. So the potato in the fresh water would actually absorb some water from the bowl. The cell wall stops the flimsy membrane from swelling up and bursting. * Would this solution be hypotonic, hypertonic, or isotonic in the context of this experiment...
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  • AP Bio Osmosis and Diffusion lab
    sucrose solution is hypertonic to the potato. Conversely, if water flows into the potato, the solution is hypotonic to the potato. Molarity is the measurement of concentration, and it is a known understanding that the lower the concentration of a substance, the lower the molarity of the substance...
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  • Biology Lab1
    sucrose solution in the beaker would have been hypotonic to the distilled water in the bag. Experiment 1C 10. Molar concentration of sucrose = 0.17 M Experiment 1D 1. If a potato core is allowed to dehydrate by sitting in the open air, the water potential of the potato cells decrease because...
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  • Bio Potato Core Osmosis
    potato is the solute. The solvent moves through the semi-permeable membrane of potato. Hypotonic solution is the one with lower osmotic pressure, so 0.6m surcose solution was a hypotonic solution as the mass of the potato decreased whereas the hypertonic solution is one with a higher osmotic...
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