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Plasmolysis
Plasmolysis Before Plasmolysis... ...and after. Plasmolysis is the contraction of cells within plants ... occur in nature, except in severe conditions. Plasmolysis is induced in the laboratory by immersing ...
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Plasmolysis   (translated from French)
Plasmolysis This article is one ébauche to be ... can share your knowledge by modifying it. plasmolysis is the cellular state resulting from a ...
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Talk:Plasmolysis
Talk:Plasmolysis This article is of a poor quality ...
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Image:Rhoeo Discolor - Plasmolysis.jpg
Image:Rhoeo Discolor - Plasmolysis.jpg No file by this name exists ...
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Lysis
... out of the system of the cell. Plasmolysis Plasmolysis Main article: Plasmolysis Plasmolysis is the contraction of cells within plants ...
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Hypertonic
... ratio. Living in a Hypertonic Environment Before Plasmolysis After Plasmolysis In plant cells, the effect is more ... so constricted. This condition is known as plasmolysis. In animal cells, being in a hypertonic ... no net movement of water. See also Plasmolysis Hypotonic Isotonic
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Osmosis   (translated from French)
... resistance. In 1884 , of Vries work on plasmolysis and turgescence cellules vegetable. In 1886 , van ... is at the origin of turgescence and plasmolysis vegetable cell. One can explain the phenomenon ...
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Crenation
... smaller central area, like a spiked ball. Plasmolysis is the term which describes plant cells ... walls in a hypotonic environment. See also Plasmolysis Osmosis Hypertonic External link Image from Cornell ...
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Cytorrhysis
... of water through osmosis. This usually follows plasmolysis. Cytorrhysis will cause a much greater loss of shape and structure. See also Plasmolysis
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Pectocellulosic wall   (translated from French)
... is well hydrated either in situation of plasmolysis in hydrous condition of stress. The wall ...
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