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Turgor   (translated from German)
Turgor That Turgor (also Wall pressure or Turgordruck) the pressure ... against the wall pressure, one exercises. The Turgor often becomes in connection with that Osmose ...
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Turgor   (translated from Dutch)
Turgor Turgor is busy of celinhoud on celwand at ... result of which not fabrics become firm. Turgor are caused because the cell contents attract ... an important role at the regulation of turgor. Water which is necessary for turgor generally becomes by wortels of the ...
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Talk:Osmotic pressure
... as Osmotic pressure. I thought everybody did? Turgor vs. osmotic pressure I had learned this ... google test gives ~100,000 results for "turgor" and ~175,000 for "osmotic pressure". I had imagined "turgor" would get more hits because it is ... into itself. I have never heard of "turgor pressure" and many erectile tissues in animals ...
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Osmotic pressure
Osmotic pressure Osmotic pressure or turgor (also called turgor pressure) is the pressure produced by a ... in pressure. The resulting pressure is called turgor. This pressure is what prevents more water ... for most plants. It is the resulting turgor that allows herbaceous plants to stand upright ...
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Heliotropism
... potassium ions into nearby tissues, changing the turgor pressure. The segment flexes because the motor ... the shadow side elongate due to a "turgor rise". Heliotropism is a response to blue ...
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Cytolysis
... wall that contains the osmotic pressure (or turgor pressure), which would otherwise cause cytolysis to ... hypotonic environment in order to have this turgor pressure, which provides the cells more structural ...
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Carnivorous plant
... be due to rapid changes in cell turgor, which allow cells to expand or contract ... but the Venus flytrap uses more rapid turgor changes. In this plant, the movement is ...
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Vacuole
... to the cell, maintaining fluid balance (called turgor) within the cell, exporting unwanted substances from ... a storage center) is to keep a turgor pressure against the cell wall (thanks to ...
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Osmosis
... potato to shrink and to lose its 'turgor pressure'. The more concentrated the salt solution ... the osmotic pressure of the solution, or turgor. Osmotic pressure is a colligative property, meaning ...
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ホウセンカ   (translated from Japanese)
... power of elasticity with the difference of turgor of the internal cell of the rind ...
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