Plant Transport Quiz

Plant Transport Quiz - to blood, the normal saline IV drip...

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Plant Transport Quiz 1. Osmosis is defined as: the diffusion of water across a semipermeable membrane. 2. Diffusion is a slow, innefficient process: for movement of materials over a distance greater  than a millimeter. 3. A cell placed in a solution that is hypotonic relative to the cell will: gain water. 4. A cell has an internal solute concentration of 0.75%. If the surrounding solution has a solute  concentration of 1.15%, the cell will: lose water. 5. In intravenous (IV) drip of "normal" saline (the kind used in medical settings) has a salt  concentration of 0.87%. Blood has a solute concentration of 0.87%. These means that relative 
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Unformatted text preview: to blood, the normal saline IV drip is: isotonic. 6. Waster evaporates from a leaf though the: stomata. 7. The process of evaporation of water from leaves is called: transpiration. 8. The plant tissue in which water generally moves from roots to leaves is the: xlyem. 9. Which of the following items is NOT used in setting up your potometer? short dowel rod or popsicle stick. 10. A time 0 on your potometer, the air bubble is at 0.9 ml. At 10 minutes, the air bubble is .34 ml. The reading that you would record for this information would be: 0.56 ml...
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