It can be used for plants too. Try conducting an experiment on your own :)
Plant cells outwardly appear unaffected by water loss or gain due to their cell walls. However, their cell membranes still swell and shrivel. In the case of introduction into a hypotonic solution, plant cells do not lyse as their cell wall prevent rupturing.
Idk I am sorry but cells are the hardest thing for me to learn but they are not specific to cells
You forgot Ginandtonic
The terms do not refer specifically to cells at all. They describe the different ratios of solute and solvent in solutions. Although it is true that they can be used to describe the fluid within cells, they really have no connection with cells at all. I can create a Hypo, Hyper or Iso tonic solution in a beaker....
yes all cells. it is speaking about salt differences, plants can have salt gradient differences too.
wouldnt have a clue. might have to use google for that one