hypertonic- means more concentrated solution with other additives such as, for example, if a cell is placed in a hypertonic solution will shrink in size as the water moves from hypertonic to hypotonic.
Isotonic- means having the same concentration of the substance so it will not affect the cells.
hypotonic- means the solution is low. Solute concentration when cells are placed in a hypotonic solution, the water and the waves, and it may explode.

Result of the absorption in plant cells.
Plant cells are surrounded by a rigid cell wall. When plant cells are placed in a hypotonic solution will be used by water absorption and swelling. The cell wall prevents it from exploding. Plant cells are said to have become a "turgid" swollen and hard, increasing the pressure inside the cell until the pressure inside equals the pressure outside. This fluid pressure, also known as hydraulic pressure, turgor prevent a net increase of water Turgidity is very important to plants to help in maintaining the strength and integrity of tissues and a while. Each cell pressure turgor when neighbors increase of tension tissue which gives the green parts of the plant to "stand up" in the sunlight on the plant cell is placed in a solution hypertonic water from inside the cells to spread out. plant cells, and is said to have become "vehicles" if cell is observed under the microscope to be observed that the cells have shrunk and pulled away from the cell wall. This phenomenon is called plasmolysis process is reversed once the cells are transferred into a solution hypotonic (deplasmolysis) When plant cells are placed in an alkaline solution, a phenomenon called plasmolysis initially told it would happen, means "beginning. "" will be, "even if the cells are not plasmolsysed not exaggerated when this happens, the green parts of plants fade away and not able to hold the leaves up into the sunlight. effect of absorption in mammalian cells. cells do not have cell walls. In a solution hypotonic, animal cells swell up and burst, as they can be swollen due to cell wall unprotected cells from the blast. When a cell is in danger of an explosion, called organelles vacuoles shrink to pump water out of the cell to prevent this. , in a hypertonic solution distributing water out of the cell due to absorption and shrinkage of the cell. Thus, mammalian cells have always to be surrounded by an alkaline solution. Human kidney to control mechanisms that are required for the plasma in the blood and the concentration of water and salt from the blood by the kidneys is controlled by the part of the brain called the hypothalamus, the process of concentration of water. minerals in the blood is called. osmoregulation Animals that live on dry land must conserve water and other animals that live in the salty waters. But the animals that live in freshwater have the opposite problem; They need to get rid of excess water.

This diagram shows how hypotonic, isotonic and hypertonic solutions affect animal cells (a) and plant cells (b).