What Is Turgor Pressure?

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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.
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Turgor pressure' or turgidity is the main pressure of the cell cont...
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Central vacuole.
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Turgor Pressure is the normal state of turgidity, and tension, in living cells. Plants need it to remain erect
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