Free Essays on Potato Isotonic Hypotonic Hypertonic

  1. Potato Lab

    Potato Lab Background information: A hypertonic solution is a concentration that is higher than the solution. A Hypotonic solution is a concentration that is lower than the solution. An isotonic solution is a concentration and solution that is the same amount. Hypothesis question: What will happen...

  2. Osmosis

    completing this lab topic, you should be able to: 1. Describe a selectively permeable membrane, and explain its role in osmosis. 2. Define hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic in terms of relative concentrations of osmotically active substances. 3. Discuss the influence of the cell wall on osmotic behavior...

  3. Osmosis lab/ concentrations of solutions effect on potatoes mass.

    "Do different concentrations of solutions determine the mass of a potato?" Introduction: The way to get the full results of this lab was through the process of osmosis. Osmosis is the movement of water across a membrane into a more concentrated solution to reach an equilibrium. When regarding cells...

  4. Bio. Lab. Report - Membrane Transport

    Objectives: To study the effects of hypotonic, hypertonic and isotonic solutions on plant and animal cells. Materials and Apparatus: * Microscope * Electronic balance * Stirring rod * Small knife * Glass slide and cover * 250, 500 ml beakers * Distilled water * Cotton ...

  5. Osmosis

    gain or loss in animal and plant cells. INTRODUCTION: Osmosis is the tendency of water to flow from a hypotonic solution (low concertration of dissolved substances) to hypertonic solution ( higher concerntration of dissolved substances) across a semipermeable membrane. Osmosis occurs...

  6. Osmosis Lab

    their solution. We then placed the eggs(animal cells), carrots, and potatoes(plant cells) into their solutions and let them stand in their hypotonic and hypertonic solutions overnight followed by observing any changes in weight and appearance the next day. In Part B, we observed an onion cell exposed...

  7. Osmosis and Diffusion Lab Report Introduction All Cells Contain Membranes That Are Selectively Permeable, Allowing Certain Things to Pass Into and Leave Out of the Cell. the Process in Which Molecules of a Substance

    inside of the cell, this is called a hypotonic solution. In hypotonic solutions, when water moves into the cell they burst, which is known as lysis. A hypertonic solution is when the concentration of outside the cell is higher than the inside of the cell. In hypertonic solutions, water moves out of the...

  8. 1000b law

    cells. Most animal cells favor an isotonic environment, as the do not have a cell wall. The isotonic environment allows water to diffuse across the membrane at an equal rate, keeping the volume of the cell stable. Plant cells have a cell wall, which favors a hypotonic environment. The cell swells as water...

  9. Determining the Osmotic Potential

    Introduction Now, the goal of this lab was to find the osmotic potential of the potato cells. Each of the five solutions can either be hypotonic, hypertonic, or isotonic to the potato cell. If a solution is hypotonic, then water will flow into the cells causing the cells to expand and theturgor pressure...

  10. Transport Across Membrane

    Matrix No : Group : B Semester : 1 Date of Experiment : 05.09.2013 Lecturer’s Name : Miss OBJECTIVE To study the effects of hypotonic, hypertonic and isotonic solutions on plant and animal cells. INTRODUCTION In cellular biology the term membrane transport refers to the collection of mechanisms...

  11. Osmosis and Diffusion

    gradient in different ways.  In a hypertonic solution there is a higher concentration of the solute than in the other solution.  Therefore, when the cell is put into a hypertonic solution, the water diffuses out of the cell which causes the cell to shrivel.  In a hypotonic solution, the solution has a low...

  12. Lab Report Tansport Across Membrane

    Objectives : I. To study the effects of hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic solutions on plant and animal cells. Experiment 1 : Introduction : The purpose of doing this experiment is to investigate the effects of hypotonic, hypertonic, and isotonic solutions on plant cell. Particularly in this...

  13. Diffusion and Osmosis

    molar solutions and the different osmotic behaviors within the cells. In experiment 5.3 we test the osmolarity of plant cells through the usage of potato tuber cells. In experiment 5.1 in order to observe diffusion we examine the Brownian movement by observing carmine on a wet mount slide, and by using...

  14. Cell Stucture

    cell is in an environment that is hypertonic, the free water concentration is greater inside the cell while the solute concentration is higher outside. The net diffusion of water is out of the cell. In the case of a cell lacking a cell wall (animal cell), a hypertonic environment causes the cell to shrink...

  15. Biol 1003 Formal Lab 1

    respect to osmosis, animal cells, which do not have cell walls, absorb water from a hypotonic solution (concentration of solute lower than that found inside the cell) and will swell until they burst. In a hypertonic solution (concentration of solute higher than that found inside the cell), the animal...

  16. How Does the Mass of a Potato Slice Change When It Is Put Into Distilled Water, Tap Water or Salt Water?

    How does the mass of a potato slice change when it is put into distilled water, tap water or salt water? Background: In this lab we will find out how water with different concentrations affects the mass of a potato slice when the slice is soaked in the water. In this lab the effects of osmosis will...

  17. Cell Membranes: Osmosis and Diffusion

    we refer to an isotonic solution, which means there is not net movement of water crossing the membrane in animal cell while plant cell will tend to flaccid. (Brooker et al., 2010) If instead, the concentration outside the cell is higher than inside; we call those solutions hypertonic and are not ideal...

  18. Bio - Potatoes Investigation

    other piece of potato to sugar solution. 4. put the last piece into pure water. 5. leave them for 180 minutes Results: Each piece in the solution reacted different. The sugar solution potato had the lowest mass , the boiled potato stay in the same mass and the potato that was in the...

  19. Osmosis

    water across a cell membrane. So if a cell finds itself in an environment where there are a lot of dissolved particles outside compared to inside (a hypertonic environment), water will begin to flow from an area of high concentration inside the cell to an area of low concentration outside the cell. The...

  20. Chemistry

    showed that the potatoes were affected by hypertonic and hypotonic osmosis. The potato in salt water decreased in its mass by hypertonic by at least 0.2 to 2%. The potato in regular water increased in it's mass by hypotonic by at least 0.6 to 4%. The potato represents a cell being affected by osmosis...

  21. Osmoregulation

    Abstract: When a plant is placed in a hypertonic solution, the environment is more concentrated then that of the cell’s internal environment, the cell will lose water, shrinking and becoming flaccid a process called plasmolysis. When a plant is placed in a hypotonic solution, the cell’s internal environment...

  22. Cells

    is very necessary passive transport doesn't require energy oxygen and water gets into cell hypertonic - concentrated concentration (has everything) hypotonic - sad version of hypertonic isotonic - when concentration is same on both sides channel proteins allow passage that allows water to...

  23. Osmosis/ Potato Lab Ap Bio

    solution is hypotonic, and water will move from the solution into the cell. If the surrounding solution has a higher concentration of dissolved molecules than the cell, the solution is hypertonic. In that case, water will move from the cell out into the surrounding solution. An isotonic solution is when...

  24. Determing the Osmolarity of a Potato

    Determining the Osmolarity of a Potato Mishal Hasan Abstract Students in Biology find it difficult to understand the concept of tonicity and osmolarity in a real time situation. In this investigation, several concentrations of sucrose were used to determine the osmolarity of a potato. It was found that the concentration...

  25. Osmosis

    Explain what would happen to a freshwater unicellular organism if it were suddenly released into a saltwater environment. Use the terms isotonic, hypotonic and hypertonic in the answer. (3 points) What would happen if a marine organism were placed in freshwater? (3 points) The student purchases...

  26. Osmosis Potato Lab Report Biology 4u

    levels. If the two solutions are of equal concentrations, they will be isotonic. If the concentrations are unequal, the solution with the higher concentration is hypertonic, and the solution with the lower concentration is hypotonic. What is the solute concentration of potatoes? We can determine this...

  27. Smithsonian

    6-7). There are three stages of tonicity: Isotonic, hypertonic and hypotonic. Four unknown solutions were given and labeled as followed: Solution A, Solution B, Solution C, and Solution D. Since potato cells were used for this type of experiment, in an Isotonic solution the solute and water concentration...

  28. Diffusion on a Liquid in a Liquid

    different outcome in the experiment if the water was moving around opposed to sitting still. Part B: The Effect of Salt Concentration on Osmosis in Potato Cells. Introduction: 1. The purpose of doing this lab was to recognize the effects that salt, in different strengths, has on cells...

  29. final

    Abstract The experiment was carried out to investigate at which point the potato has reached its isotonic environment. From the results, when the concentration increase to 0.3M, the mass of the potato slices decreased by -3.26%. We can conclude we see that as we increased the sucrose concentration...

  30. BIOL 1208 Writing Assessment 2

    Exercise 1 – Potato Change in Mass versus Sucrose Concentrations Introduction: This exercise involves estimating the osmotic concentration of potato tuber cells by using a change in mass method. The null hypothesis states that there will be no change of mass of the potato disks after they have been...