hypertonic soution - 80
Cells placed in a hypertonic solution (hyper, more than) lose water. Outside the cell, the concentration of sulute is more, and the concentration of water is less, than inside the cell. Animal cells placed in a hypertonic solution shrink. For example, meats are sometimes, preserved by being salted. Bacteria are killed not by the salt, but by the lack of water in the meat.
Def: Higher solute concentration (less water) than the cytoplasm of a cell, causes cell to lose water by osmosis. 80