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If two objects (say a carrot and a piece of liver) were to be submerged in roughly 9% salinated water (close to salt water levels), would their cells begin to breakdown from the excessive amount of water over a long period of time? This is all part of a project I've been working on that involves both this, but I've found an absence of information on the topic. Thank you so much for your time.
Re: Does excess water in cells cause them to breakdown over time?
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