a Draw arrows in the diagrams to show the direction in which water will move b

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cellulose, but starch cannot pass through. a. Draw arrows in the diagrams to show the direction in which water will move. b. Which of the beakers contains a solution that is hypertonic relative to the bag’s contents? c. What will eventually happen to the concentrations in beaker 2? 20% A 10% Z 6% A 40% Z Side 1 Side 2 90% Water 10% Starch 90% Water 10% Starch 100% Water 80% Water 20% Starch 1 2
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Jeffrey 11. The direction in which water molecules move during osmosis depends on where the water molecules are more highly concentrated. Study the diagrams below. d. Decide whether the solution in each beaker is hypotonic, isotonic, or hypertonic in relation to the solution inside the cellulose bag, then write your answer below each beaker. e. Draw arrows to indicate the direction in which the water will move in each case. 12. Intravenous solutions must be prepared so that they are isotonic to red blood cells. A 0.9% salt solution is isotonic to red blood cells. f. Explain what will happen to a red blood cell placed in a solution of 99.3% water and 0.7% salt. g. What will happen to a red blood cell placed in a solution of 90% water and 10% salt? 80% Water 20% Glucose 90% Water 10% Starch 80% Water 20% Glucose 90% Water 10% Starch 90% Water 10% Starch 100% Water
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