Osmosis Lab

This is a flipped learning lesson.

Students - watch the video and answer the questions on the student homework task sheet before your next lesson.

(Teachers - scroll down to view the full lesson plan for this topic.)

Student questions:

(As shown on the student homework task sheet)

  1. What type of tissue is used for the experiment?
  2. What concentrations of the solution are used (including the units)?
  3. Which concentrations result in a movement of water into the cells?
  4. According to the graph, the cells being tested have a water potential that is equivalent to what concentration of solution?
  5. If you repeat this experiment in class, you may get a different result. Why is this? Provide as many suggestions as you can think of.

Need more practice?

A revision notes and practice questions pack on Osmosis, Diffusion and Active Transport is available from the Science Sauce store (£3/$4).

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