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Started:Submitted:Score:Points:Points: 10 out of 10Points: 10 out of 10Points: 10 out of 10From:null <Saved by Internet Explorer 11>Date:Wed, 16 Sep 2015 09 54 30 -0500To:CC:Subject:Cell Membrane QuizCell Membrane QuizAttempt 1 of 209/06/2015 11:13 AM EDT09/06/2015 11:23 AM EDT100%80 out of 80Question 1A set of erythrocytes is placed in a beaker of 0.9% NaCl. Nothing appears tohappen to the cells. Why?A. 0.9% NaCl is hypertonic to the cells.B. 0.9% NaCl is iostonic to the cells.C. 0.9% NaCl is hypotonic to the cells.D. water has not moved at all.E. Sodium blocks the movement of water.FeedbackCorrect. In fact, 0.9% NaCl is the standard isotonic saline in IV solutions.Question 2What is the role of carbohydrates in the plasma membrane?