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Size:  395.8 KB can anyone explain part III) please? Why isn't the answer to do with pressure potential being 0? The mark scheme talks about the cell wall being permeable but why does that link to water potential being equal on both side. Thanks
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    Also why is cell y not at incipient plamoslysis for this in this picture? Name:  1460812701577-1339212355.jpg
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