If the solution surrounding a cell contains less solute than the cytoplasm does, the osmotic condition is said to be:

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Answered by admin AT 23/05/2020 - 04:30 PM

If the solution outside a cell contains less solute than the cytoplasm, the osmotic condition is said to be hypertonic. This solution is characterized by having a higher amount of solute outside than that of the system. For this solution, the water tend to flow out the cell to attain equilibrium.
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