(i) The cell will be plasmolysed due to exosmosis.
(ii) The concenteration of outside solution is hypertonic, i.e., more concenterated than the cell sap.
(iii) A plasmolysed cell can be brought back to normal conditions by placing it in a hypotonic
solution (less concentrated). This phenomenon of bringing back the cell to its normal situation is called deplasmolysis.