When a cell is plasmolysed, it becomes |
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1) |
Flaccid and its TP becomes zero |
2) |
Turgid and its becomes zero |

3) |
Turgid and TP becomes equal to OP |
4) |
Flaccid and DPD becomes zero |

When a cell is plasmolysed, it becomes |
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1) |
Flaccid and its TP becomes zero |
2) |
Turgid and its becomes zero |

3) |
Turgid and TP becomes equal to OP |
4) |
Flaccid and DPD becomes zero |

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The strinkage of the protoplast of a living cell from its cell wall due to exosmosis under the influence of a hypertonic solution is called **Plasmolysis**. When a cell is plasmolysed, it becomes flaccid. In a flaccid cell, turgor pressure (TP) becomes zero and DPO become equal to OP as DPO= OP- TP.