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By Livsic M. S., Waksman L. L.

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2 Gravity Phenomena on Small Objects Sedimentation is one of the main differences between the experimental environment on Earth and in space. From daily experience we know that big (>r) and heavy (>r) particles are the quickest settlers. These relatively big and heavy particles play a role in the positive gravitropism of plant roots. The so-called amyloplasts, localized in specialized cells in the root tip, the statocytes, sediment to the bottom of the cell in response to gravity (for review see Ref.

Here the cells do not experience inertial shear strain, as they do not attach to the substrate. However, cells on an in-flight 1×g centrifuge arrange themselves differently in the sample volume than they would on Earth. Free moving particles in a rotating system will move to the area of highest acceleration. When we consider a homogeneous suspension of cells and place this, on-ground, in a flat bottomed dish the cells will distribute evenly over the surface area as shown in Fig. 3(A). When we apply 1×g to the same dish in an on-board centrifuge the cells will, due to inertial force, move to the experiment container outer edges.

6 × 10−7 N. 1 × 10−12 N. This indicates that hydrostatic pressures cannot be neglected when considering cells subjected to hypergravity conditions. 3 Diffusion According to kinetic theories, the molecules in a gas or in a liquid are continuously moving around and are colliding with each other. This is the process of diffusion. It can also be visualized microscopically, and is better known as the Brownian movement of small particles in solution. The diffusion process is similar to the conduction of heat through a mass.

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