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Compare hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions. When an environment is hypotonic, what happens to the cell?1pt

a.The cell has more solute, so solvent moves from outside the cell to inside, causing the cell to swell.

b.The environment has more solute, so solvent moves from inside the cell to outside, causing the cell to shrink.

c.The environment has more solute, so solvent moves from outside the cell to inside, causing the cell to swell.

d.The environment has more solute, so solvent moves from outside the cell to inside, causing the cell to swell.

The cell has more solute, so solvent moves from inside the cell to outside, causing the cell to shrink.

plss answer question 1-16 for recheck thxx!! ms Sparkles

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  1. help pls

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  2. 1.The cell has more solute, so solvent moves from outside the cell to inside, causing the cell to swell.
    2.nucleus
    3.similar structures in eukaryotes with slight variations depending on their use
    4.scanning tunneling microscope
    5.they store water
    6.paracrine signaling
    7.viral DNA or RNA copied by a host cell
    8.A provirus is viral DNA incorporated into the host cell’s DNA.
    9.It possesses a viral genome that mutates very quickly.
    10.receiving and processing stimuli from the body.
    11.connect the mouth with the stomach
    12.The nervous system controls the digestive system by sending signals to the stomach, telling it to contract and digest food.
    13.pig
    14.both mitosis and meiosis.
    15.seeds
    16.Auxin will build up on the lower side of the root and inhibit cell growth.
    17.Essay
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    20.Essay
    your welcome

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  3. Princess is right 100%

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  4. @MJ You sure?

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  5. princess sparkels got it right I got a 100 I am now hoping I did well on the essay

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  6. the questions are different so... some are still there and the ones that are are correct.

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  7. sparkles just took coconuts work and pasted it, that's where the answers come from, coconut

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  8. lol your comment helped soooo much

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  9. 1. Compare hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions. When an environment is hypotonic, what happens to the cell?
    The cell has more solute, so solvent moves from outside the cell to inside, causing the cell to swell.

    2. Which process is shown in the image?
    endocytosis

    3. For what kind of external environment is a saltwater fish adapted?
    hypertonic environment

    4. Compare plant and animal cells. Which type of cell has a cell wall?
    plant cell

    5. Which biological molecules do tRNA carry?
    amino acids

    6. Which of the following best describes the function of the ribosomes in eukaryotic cells?
    decodes the sequence of bases on the mRNA and then creates specific proteins

    7. What is the unique function of central vacuoles in a plant cell?
    they store water

    8. Which type of cells have a high concentration of mitochondria?
    heart cells

    9. Plants prefer hypotonic environments because
    the excess water that enters the cell allows the central vacuole to maintain turgor pressure.

    10. The nervous system is responsible for
    receiving and processing stimuli from the body.

    11. Which is the function of the esophagus?
    connect the mouth with the stomach

    12. Summarize the functions of the nervous system.
    The nervous system controls the digestive system by sending signals to the stomach, telling it to digest food.

    13. Which animal is often used to model human body systems?
    pig

    14. Compare types of models. Which model best illustrates the formation of blood cells?
    computer-generated model

    These answers are 100% correct use them if u want ur grade to go up :)
    you're welcome <3

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  10. Compare hypertonic, hypotonic, and isotonic solutions. When an environment is hypotonic, what happens to the cell?
    The cell has more solute, so solvent moves from outside the cell to inside, causing the cell to swell.

    Which process is shown in the image?
    endocytosis

    For what kind of external environment is a saltwater fish adapted?
    hypertonic environment

    The genetic material of the eukaryotic cell is stored inside which organelle?
    nucleus

    Which of the following best describes the function of the ribosomes in eukaryotic cells?
    decodes the sequence of bases on the mRNA and then creates specific proteins

    What is the unique function of central vacuoles in a plant cell?
    they store water

    Which type of cells have a high concentration of mitochondria?
    heart cells

    Plants prefer hypotonic environments because
    the excess water that enters the cell allows the central vacuole to maintain turgor pressure.

    The nervous system is responsible for
    receiving and processing stimuli from the body.

    Which is the function of the esophagus?
    connect the mouth with the stomach

    Summarize the functions of the nervous system.
    The nervous system controls the digestive system by sending signals to the stomach, telling it to contract and digest food.

    Which animal is often used to model human body systems?
    pig

    Compare types of models. Which model best illustrates the formation of blood cells?
    computer-generated model

    In 3-5 sentences, describe the human respiratory system and its functions.
    The network of organs and tissues that help you breathe. It includes your airways, lungs and blood vessels. The muscles that power your lungs are also part of the respiratory system. These parts work together to move oxygen throughout the body and clean out waste gases like carbon dioxide.

    The circulatory and respiratory systems work together to perform a very important job. In three to five sentences, construct a summary of how they interact.
    The Respiratory system allows the entry of oxygen into the body and releases Carbon Dioxide. The Oxygen travels across lung tissue into blood vessels and the blood carries the oxygen around the body. Thus the Respiratory and Circulatory systems work together in gas exchange which is vital in Homeostasis.

    Here are the answers to the Cells and Body System Unit test for Pearson Connexus (Biology A) {written answers and all}
    I got 100% Please enjoy your A and re-word if you'd like :)

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  11. thank you real help

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  12. thanks bro <3

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  13. noice thanks

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  14. thank you

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  15. Real help is correct but make sure to re-word teachers extra check it on connexus. Gotten in trouble for it in the past.

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  16. i low key wish you guys could explain why thats the answer because its not going to help me when we take the actual in person test. this isnt going to help anyone besides just giving them the answers, i recommed while you use the answers is to grab a sheet of paper and write down why thats the answer so you still learn something thats what i do anyways

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