Student Bio Microscope


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Student Bio Microscope
Elodea Can a fresh water lake is expected to survive if trabsplanted in the ocean?

I am a student of the BI. This is IB Bio HL. We made a laboratory in which under a microscope we have a piece of elodea plant. Then add the sugar and had to find out what happened. Then we use distilled water glucose and washing had to take into account what happened when we added distilled water. We repeated the experiment with sodium. I'm not very good and biology and that question is part of my lab. Any help would be appreciated.

No, because they live in a freshwater lake is not adaptable to salt water. Since elodea cells is hypertonic salt water to lose water through osmosis and eventually shivel and crumble.

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