Advanced Placement / Biology

Osmosis

Students use a colorimeter to determine which extracellular fluid is hypertonic to a model cell and which solution is hypotonic.

Source: Advanced Biology Through Inquiry

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IB Topics AP Topics
1.4 2; 3

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