It then passes into the cells by osmosis, and there becomes part of the cell sap.
This fluid, which in most cells is colorless, is called the cell sap, and is composed mainly of water.
Here we have a mass of protoplasm with a nucleus (n) and cavities (vacuoles, v) filled with cell sap, but no cell wall.
The cell sap, which partly fills the interior of the root hair, is a fluid of greater density than the water outside in the soil.
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The liquid contained within a vacuole of a plant cell. See more at vacuole.