endosmosis

Movement of water into a cell as a result of greater internal osmotic pressure. The water potential within the vascular sap of a plant cell must be lower than that in the bathing medium or sap of a neighbouring cell.

endosmosis

Movement of water into a cell as a result of greater internal osmotic pressure. The water potential within the vascular sap of a plant cell must be lower than that in the bathing medium or sap of a neighbouring cell. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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endosmosis

(en″dos-mo┬┤sis) inward osmosis; inward passage of liquid through a membrane of a cell or cavity, by which one fluid passes through a septum into a cavity that contains fluid of a different density. adj., endosmot┬┤ic., adj.
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Endosmosis

• (n.) The transmission of a fluid or gas from without inward in the phenomena, or by the process, of osmose.
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endosmosis

endosmosis 1. Osmosis in which fluid is absorbed into a cell from a surrounding fluid. 2. A movement in liquids separated by a membranous or porous septum, by which one fluid passes through the septum into the cavity which contains another fluid of a different density. 3. The flow of a substance from an area of lesser concentration to one of great...
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