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concentration to a region of lower concentration. osmosis: the passive transport of water across a membrane. osmolarity: the concentration of solution expressed in terms of osmotically active particles or osmoles. hyperosmotic: having a higher osmotic pressure hypoosmotic: having a lower osmotic pressure 3. Hemolymph concentrations from 3 different shrimp series when placed in solutions of different salt concentrations: salt solution (mOsm) Shrimp A hemolymph (mOsm) Shrimp B hemplymph (mOsm) Shrimp C hemolymph (mOsm) 0 60 30 30 60 250 100 65 100 350 125 102 200 350 150 208 350 350 250 350 500 350 350 500 750 600 755 500 1000 995 995 500 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 salt solution (mOsm) 0 60 100 200 350 500 750 Shrimp A hemolymph (mOsm) Shrimp B hemplymph (mOsm) Shrimp C hemolymph (mOsm) a.What is hemolymph? It refers to the blood of insects, which is part of an “open” circulatory system.
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This note was uploaded on 09/23/2008 for the course BIO 207 taught by Professor Wallman during the Spring '08 term at CUNY City.

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