What Would Happen To A Eukaryotic Cell If Too Much Osmotic Pressure Develops Wit

What would happen to a eukaryotic cell, if too much osmotic pressure develops within a cell?

      A. The cell would remain the same size, but the internal organelles would become dehydrated

  • The cell would decrease in size, and could collapse.

The cell would increase in size, and could lyse.

Nothing, osmotic pressure does not impact the cell.

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