What Is Turgor Pressure?


Turgor pressure, also known as turgidity, is the pressure that happens when the water located inside the cells begins to expand, pushing on the cell membranes or walls.
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Answer Turgor pressure is the outward pressure that occurs in a plant cell when the cytoplasm and vacuoles fill up with water and the cell membrane pushes against the cell wall.
( ′tər·gər ′presh·ər ) (botany) The actual pressure developed by the fluid content of a turgid plant cell.
Turgor Pressure is the Force exerted outward on a cell wall by the water contained in
Turgor pressure is the water pressure of the cell vacuole pushing against the cell wall. Doing this keeps the plant cell rigid, allowing it to stand up straight. These vacuoles are
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