OpenStudy (stormswan):

Please help, I will give a medal :) When plants wilt, their soft stems and leaves begin to droop. What is going on inside the plants' cells that causes plants to droop like this? A. The cell membranes begin to come apart when there is insufficient water around the cells. B. The cytoplasm of the cells becomes more concentrated, which slowly poisons the cells. C. The cell walls become brittle as they dry out, and some of them collapse. D. The central vacuoles in the cells lose water and can no longer help support the cells.

OpenStudy (anonymous):

D, i think ,the central vacuoles lose water so can't suppport the cell

OpenStudy (stormswan):

OK, thank you!

OpenStudy (anonymous):

like the radish, when you put it in a high concentrate liquid, it would lose water and goes soft