Examples of plasmolysis and deplasmolysis in everyday life.

Plants do not receive enough water during plasmolysis. The cytoplasm and plasma membrane shrink and move away from the cell wall. This causes the entire plant to wilt.

The reverse process is deplasmolysis. In deplasmolysis, water flows into the cell, causing the cytoplasm and plasma membrane to swell when the water is stored in the vacuole. The cytoplasm pushes against the cell wall, making the cell full. The cell does not burst due to the strength of the cell wall. The pressure exerted by water on the cell wall is called turgor pressure and is one of the factors that make plants stand upright.

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