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For the cells below, tell if water will move IN or OUT. 1. 2. 3 . . For each example below, tell if the solution in the cell is hypertonic, hypotonic, or isotonic. 1. 2. 3. . A cross-section of what part of the cell is shown below?. Isotonic.

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For each example below, tell if the solution in the cell is hypertonic, hypotonic, or isotonic.

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isotonic
Isotonic
  • Isotonic cellular environments occur when the concentration outside of the cell and the concentration in the cytoplasm (inside) of the cell is the same.
  • While water will move in and out, there is no NET movement of molecules.
hypertonic
Hypertonic
  • Hypertonic environments are created when the solution outside of the cell has more dissolved solute than inside of the cell.
  • This causes water to move OUT of the cell.
hypotonic
Hypotonic
  • A hypotonic environment for a cell is created when the solution outside of the cell has LESS dissolved solute than the cytoplasm of the cell.
  • This causes water to move INTO the cell.
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Hypertonic environments shrink animal and plant cells.
  • Isotonic environments cause no net change.
  • Hypotonic environments swell animal cells.
  • Hypotonic environments will not swell plant cells. WHY?