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Ur blatently an immature skool boy wit nuttin betta wit ur time!!
Get ova it and make betta use of ur education, thank those hu r tryin 2 make ur life betta and stop makin hers hell.
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(Original post by joday001)
I am currently teaching osmosis to year 10 pupils and one asked me the following question.
If plasmolysis occurs in plant cells that have been soaked in strong sucrose solution, and there is a space between the membrane and wall that will be filled with the solution that surrounds the cell, howcome the cells appear to lose mass?
That got me stumped.
Any suggestions?
tissue has less volume, cell walls are not "pushed" out as pressure potential is not so great so less vol hence less mass??
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I"m studying Plant Cells in Biology in my High School. Just to tell you & it's very hard! >.<;; I have to go now. Bye.

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(Original post by joday001)
I am currently teaching osmosis to year 10 pupils and one asked me the following question.
If plasmolysis occurs in plant cells that have been soaked in strong sucrose solution, and there is a space between the membrane and wall that will be filled with the solution that surrounds the cell, howcome the cells appear to lose mass?
That got me stumped.
Any suggestions?

I soo have to ask my biology teacher that one.
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I soo have to ask my biology teacher that one.

hope she gets stumped too
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(Original post by joday001)
I am currently teaching osmosis to year 10 pupils and one asked me the following question.
If plasmolysis occurs in plant cells that have been soaked in strong sucrose solution, and there is a space between the membrane and wall that will be filled with the solution that surrounds the cell, howcome the cells appear to lose mass?
That got me stumped.
Any suggestions?
You are a fat ugly teacher i know who ya are and am after you you sad ****.
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(Original post by kcuf)
Ur blatently an immature skool boy wit nuttin betta wit ur time!!
Get ova it and make betta use of ur education, thank those hu r tryin 2 make ur life betta and stop makin hers hell.
wb
Nor Ya bent it's my life and i'll do what the **** i like *****. Stop being a sad twat and do me geography coursework ya sad ****. Put that in your pipe and smoke it.
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