-The water moves outs of the cell!!
If a cell is placed inside a solution that has a higher concentration of solute than on the inside of the cell, the movement of water will move out of the cell, causing it to shrivel. The movement is affected on how much concentration is with the system and surrounding. It moves from a higher concentration to a lower concentration of solute. The answer is letter D.
The correct answer is Segregation
The law of segregation can be defined as the process in which during the process of gamete formation, the alleles (variants of a gene) for each gene gets segregated from one another and each gamete receives a single allele for each gene.
The correct answer is option option(d)
Osmosis refers to the passive movement of water from the region of lower solute concentration to the region of higher solute concentration through a semi-permeable membrane.
water will move out of the cell, cuasing it to shrivel
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The correct answer is A i'd say. This is due to a process called diffusion.
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you did not attach the discourse, but i assume it to be the discourse on the origin and basis of inequality among men (the original titile in french is: "discours sur l'origine et les fondements de l'inégalité parmi les hommes"), also know as "second discourse". in this discourse, jean-jacques rousseau emphasizes that private property is the basis of all inequalities.
therefore, what enabled the old regime to maintain as long as it did was private property.