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Name: Monil
Status: student
Grade: other
Location: Outside U.S.
Country: India
Date: Spring 2012


Question:
What is the PH of cytoplasm?



Replies:
It depends on the organism and the place within the organism that your are talking about. I assume you are asking about humans which are animals. Most cells in an animal body have a pH of about 7.35-7.45. But a cell in the stomach has a pH of about 1. A cell in the small intestine has a pH of about 8 so it can neutralize the pH of stomach acid.

vanhoeck


The pH of cytoplasm is around 7 to 7.4

S. Waseem



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