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Why osmotic pressure is more during noon.?wall pressure and osmotic pressure are same?
 
one year ago

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Mahima Kanawat
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Dear student
Osmotic pressure is more during the day because due to photosynthesis, sugar is produced which is osmotically active . 
Wall pressure and osmotic pressure are not same...
DP = OP - TP
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MAHIMA 
one year ago
VIDYARANI SINGADI
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During noon the rate of transportation is high which increases osmotic pressure due to which the cells of the plant loose water and evaporate... so the osmotic pressure is high during noon..
one year ago
VIDYARANI SINGADI
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Sorry not transportation "transpiration "is high.....in the above answer...Sorry for mistyping.....As the rate of transpiration is high during noon, it increases the osmotic pressure due to which plant cell looses water...
one year ago
RISHIKA
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DEAR FRIEND
Osmotic pressure is of vital importance in biology as the cell's membrane is selective toward many of the solutes found in living organisms. When a cell is placed in a hypertonic solution, water actually flows out of the cell into the surrounding solution thereby causing the cells to shrink and lose its turgidity
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