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    An Investigation into the Factors which Affect Osmosis Osmosis is defined as the movement of water molecules from a higher concentration to a lower concentration through a partially permable membrane. Osmosis occurs with molecule moving in and out, these molecules move across the plant’s cell membrane. The plant’s cell membrane is partially permable and therefore it has small holes in it which allow for small water molecules to pass through it however larger molecules such as glucose through

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    Investigating the Factors that Affect Osmosis in Living Tissue Aim: To investigate the factors that effect osmosis in living tissue. Planning: Introduction Essentially, osmosis is the diffusion of water across a selectively permeably membrane. Osmosis is one of the ways by which substances enter and exit cells. Other ways include diffusion, the Donnan effect[1], solvent drag, filtration, endocytosis, exocytosis and active transport. All of these methods are necessary to provide

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    Investigating the Affect of Osmosis on a Potato Osmosis is a special form of diffusion that involves the movement of water molecules from a place where they are at high concentration to place where they are at low concentration across a partially permeable membrane/ selectively permeable membrane. The aim for my experiment is to see the results of the change of mass when placed in different concentrations of sugar solutions. For my experiment I am going to list the things I am going

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    Investigation of Factors Affect Osmosis in Potatoes Aim The aim of the following experiment was to investigate the effect of varying the concentration of sucrose solution on osmosis in a potato. Preliminary Experiments One preliminary experiment was done before the main experiment. From the preliminary, we were trying to find out how osmosis actually occurred in potatoes, and gave us a vague idea on what the main experiment would be like. This preliminary will aid my prediction

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    Investigating Whether the Strength of a Salt Solution Affect Osmosis in a Potato Factors ======= Factors that could affect the experiment: - · Temperature of water · Type of potato · Amount of solution · Amount of time the potato is in the solution Factors that I will change in my investigation: - · Percentage of salt in solution Preliminary Equipment ===================== 7 Beakers (250ml) 7 strengths of sugar solution (100ml of each strength) as follows

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    How Osmosis Affects A Potato Aim: - To See How Osmosis Affects A Potato Preliminary work Prediction: -I predict that the weight of the potato in the sugar solution will decrease and the weight of water will increase. I predict that the weight of the potato in the sugar solution will decrease when it reaches 3:1 (salt: water). In put Variables: -Molarity -Size of potato -Mass of Water -Molarity of Sugar -Length of time in the solution -Temperature of water Out put variables:

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    Investigating the Factors Which Affect Osmosis The aim for this Biology coursework is to investigate hoe the concentration of sodium chloride will affect the mass of potato chips that will be the same length and have same width. The time factor for the chips will be the same to make it a fair test. The main variables throughout the investigation will be the mass, the length and the concentration in which the chips are kept in. Scientific knowledge of osmosis Osmosis is the movement of water

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    Factors that Affect Osmosis in Potato Cylinders The aim of this experiment is to investigate the volume of sucrose solution and the weight and volume of other variables which affect osmosis in potato cylinders. In this experiment I will weigh and blot rings of potato and test them in different concentrations of sucrose solution. I hope to find sufficient results as to investigate this. In this experiment I will be investigating, and putting to test, the theory of osmosis. The scientific

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    OSMOSIS ACROSS THE MEMBRANE Aim To investigate osmosis in potato tissue. Research question Does the concentration sucrose solutions affect the length and diameter of potato strips after being soaked in each solution for 19 hours to indicate whether the solution is isotonic, hypotonic or hypertonic to the tissue of potato strips when the temperature of the surrounding is kept constant at 27˚c? Variables Independent : The concentration of sucrose solutions Dependent : The change in length of

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    How the Concentration of Salt Solution Affects Osmosis in Potatoes Osmosis is movement of water through a selectively permeable membrane, from where there is a higher water concentration (or water potential) to where the water concentration is lower. In this piece of coursework I will answer the question, ‘How does the concentration of salt solution affect osmosis in potatoes?’. If you put a piece of potato into pure water, the water concentration is obviously higher outside the potato

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