body water II - Anatomic and Physiology of Domestic Animals...

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Anatomic and Physiology of Domestic Animals AVS350 Danilo Franco, DVM, PhD.
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Body Water: Properties and Functions Physicochemical properties of Solutions Diffusion, osmosis, pressure, etc Distribution of body water ECF, ICF Water balance Water gain, loss, and requirements Dehydration, thirst and water intake Stimulus for thirst Adaptation to water lack Camels Sheep and Donkeys
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Terminology Solution – Homogeneous mixture Solvent – physical state preserved Solute – physical state changed or lesser amount Colligative properties - # of particles Vapor pressure lowering Boiling point elevation Freezing point depression Osmotic pressure Specific gravity - # X heavier than water
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Water 60% BW Main solvent (chemicals reactions) Transport, specific heat (absorb heat), lubricant, cushion. Barriers.
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Diffusion. KE=1/2 m.V 2 (V) Affected by Temperature Simple
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Diffusion.
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Facilitated diffusion
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Against concentration or electrical gradients. Requires
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This note was uploaded on 03/12/2008 for the course AVS 350 taught by Professor Franco during the Spring '06 term at Cal Poly Pomona.

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