30.%20Water%20%26%20Minerals%20-%20Review%20Questions -...

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1. Why can you survive a few weeks without food but only a few days without water? 2. Where is most of the water in the body located? 3. What happens to a cell when it loses water? 4. What causes water to move into or out of a cell? 5. What is an electrolyte? 6. Which ions are associated with the absorption of water from the large intestine? 7. How is blood volume maintained? 8. List an example of a fluid that acts to create a net loss of water from the body? 9. What is metabolic water? 10. Other than urine production how is water lost from the body? 11. Which individuals in the population are most at risk of dehydration? 12. Are minerals organic molecules? 13. Where do the minerals in your food originally come from? 14. Which minerals help provide structural support for our bodies? 15.
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