A freshwater plant is placed in a container of saltwater. What will most likely happen to the cells of the plant?
A They will swell because water will move into them.
B They will swell because salt will move into them.
C They will shrink because water will move out of them.
D They will shrink because salt will move out of them.

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2014-06-14T20:43:14+08:00
Letter C because water always goes from a high concentration to a low concentration and in this case, the freshwater plant contains more water than the container of saltwater thus, as water goes out from the freshwater plant, the plant shrinks.
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