Subject: Is their a name for the process by which acids deteriorates algae cells?
Date: Sat Jan 8 19:22:59 2000
Posted by Hammad Mahmood
Grade level: 10-12
School: Gordon Graydon S.S
City: Toronto State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Cell Biology
I am chiefly looking at cells of algae and the effects of acid rain on
them. Simulated acid rain consists of sulfuric acid. I was wondering
whether there is a name for the process of an acid wearing away on cells,
such as there is a name for other processes (i.e. meisos, osmoses, etc).
Thank you for looking at my question.
Re: Is their a name for the process by which acids deteriorates algae cells?
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