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6.What happens to plant cells when placed in a hypotonicsolution? What accounts for thedifference in outcomes between animal cells and plant cells (3 pts)?Procedure(continued)H.Clickon I.Then, Clickon . Read through the information presented and be sure to click on Animatebeneath the illustration. Answer the followingquestion.Question
7.Describe the net movement of water molecules when cells are placed in a hypertonicsolution. Explain why water moves this way (3 pts).Procedure(continued)J.ClickonK.Read through the information presented and be sure to click on Animatebeneath the il-lustration. Answer the following questions.Questions8.Compare and contrast what happens to plantand animalcells when placed in a hypertonic solution. Be sure to use proper terminology (4 pts).9.Based on what you learned in this exercise, explain why saltmight make a good weed killer (3 pts).
Week 3 Experiment Grading RubricComponentExpectationPointsExperiment 3 Exer-cise 1Interpretation of results and demonstrated understanding of diffusion (Table 2 and Questions 1-5).18 ptsExperiment 3 Exer-cise 2Demonstrates understanding of isotonic solutions and no net movement of water (Questions 1-3).7 ptsDemonstrates understanding of hypotonic solu-tions and the movement of water (Questions 4-6).8 ptsDemonstrates understanding of hypertonic solu-tions and the movement of water (Questions 7-9).10 ptsTOTAL43 pts