as a physical indicator of viability.
, is as a result of an initial occurrence of plasmolysis
. These authors explained that there is usually an initial loss of fluid from the cytoplasm of the vegetables cells due to the creation of a hypertonic environment (as a result of the sodium metabisulphite).
Salt induces plasmolysis
in the plant cells and the appearance of a liquid phase, which creates anaerobic conditions around the submerged product.
For conventional activated sludge system, high salinity has been shown to cause plasmolysis
and loss of activity of cells because of the unbalance of osmotic stress 9].
As a result of the latter response, the cells are able to maintain proper osmotic balance under conditions of hyperosmotic stress, which is crucial to prevent the cell from leaking water, hence avoiding irreversible plasmolysis
and dehydration, and to generate turgor pressure within limits necessary for growth [7, 8].
1996), and may also be associated with plasmolysis
of plant cells, and a resulting decrease in the biosynthesis of secondary metabolites (Chattopadhyay et al.
Membrane driers pass air through semi-permeable membranes with the water vapour passing through the membrane by plasmolysis
The collection of human blood from donors, donors' active immunizations to obtain immune sera, the plasmolysis
production, the therapy with blood, plasma and blood derivatives shall be undertaken only by physicians or, under their control, by other medical staff.
Determination of viability of Phytophthora capsici oospores with tetrazolium bromide staining test versus a plasmolysis
Studies by Greenhill (1964) indicated that plant cell breakdown and the release of plant juices by plasmolysis
is a prerequisite for the development of the LAB during the early stage of ensiling.
Arsenic toxicity in plants was described as consisting of root plasmolysis
 and leaf wilting followed by root discoloration and necrosis of leaf tips and margins .