BIOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL

What will occur if solution A containing 400 mosmol/L non-penetrating solute is separated by a biological membrane from solution B containing 600 mosmol/L non-penetrating solute?

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The volume of solution B will increase

Explanation:

In a non-penetrating solute, there is denial of a solute to cross the cell membrane.This implies that the solute will not be able to cross the cell membrane.  So if the biological membrane is serving as a partition between a solution A containing 400 mosmol/L non-penetrating solute and a solution B containing 600 mosmol/L non-penetrating solute, The volume of solution B will increase.


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  • Finally, it is possible that front line individuals do pass on at any rate one mtDNA heredity that Neanderthals added to our genome, in any case, that we have not yet sequenced that family line in either modern individuals or in Neanderthals. Any of these explanations could underlie the nonappearance of Neanderthal mtDNA in modern human population.
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