How Hydrosomes Work A Process of Attract & Deliver

Hydrosomes work through a process we call “Attract and Deliver.” The increased surface area and internal pressures of Hydrosomes make them excellent carriers, allowing them to facilitate the transport and diffusion of valuable substances


Nutrients Are Attracted
to Hydrosomes

High concentrations of nutrients/solutes, surround our Hydrosomes due to an electrostatic charge and hydrophobic regions on the surface of the bubble.​


Encounter Cells

The Hydrosomes move rapidly through solution via Brownian motion and are attracted to cells.


Nutrients Are
Delivered To Cells​​

Upon contact, the Hydrosomes effectively deliver the necessary nutrients, compounds and gasses to the cell.

How Hydrosomes Work Explained

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