Plasmolysis in Plants?

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Plasmolysis is a process in the plant cells where the plasma membrane pulls away from the cell wall due to loss of water. It occurs when the cells are in hypertonic solution. However, plasmolysis only occurs in extreme conditions and rarely happens in nature.
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Plasmolysis occurs in walled cells when their outside surroundings, or environment, are hypertonic (with solute concentration levels are higher than the cells) causing water to diffuse
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Plasmolysis is the process in plant cells where the plasma membrane pulls away from the
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I think it's because the cell wall shuts all of the water inside so the water doesn't go through exosmosis, and since it's dead it doesn't have control over the guard cells letting
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When a cell shrinks its because water is leaving the cell. Water will flow from areas in which there is more water to areas of less. Now, if water has a solute in it.that is salt
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