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biology-Diffusion & osmosis
biology-Diffusion & osmosis
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  • 1. BY: PUTRY ENDAHSARI
  • 2. Diffusion Diffusion is the movement of molecule from high concentration to the low concentration down concentration gradient.
  • 3. Factors that affect diffusion: 1. The distance molecule have to travel 2. The concentration gradient 3. The surface area 4. The temperature 5. The size of molecule
  • 4. Solute and Solvent • Solution is made up of two parts, the solute and the solvent. • Solute is the substance that dissolves in a solvent • Solvent is a liquid that dissolves substances.
  • 5. Osmosis Osmosis is the diffusion of water molecule from dilute solution that have low concentration gradient to the concentrated solution that have low concentration through a partially permeable membrane.
  • 6. Osmosis in plant and animal cells • Turgid is the strong cell wall stops the cell bursting, when the water get into the cell. • Wilt is when the cell are shrink, when the water go out from the cell. • Plasmolysid is the cytoplasm starts to move away from the cell wall. • Flaccid is these cells are no longer firms and become limp.

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