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Osmosis

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Unformatted text preview: ous wastes Maintaining balance of solutes in body fluids These are all functions of the excretory system 21. Imagine you have two containers filled with water. You dump a mole of solid Sodium Chloride in one container, and a mole of solid Calcium in another container, which solution has the higher osmolarity? A. The container with Sodium Chloride B. The container with Calcium C. Both containers have the same osmolarity 22. The process of filtration in the kidneys involves A. Active transport B. Passive transport C. Facilitated Diffusion D. Osmosis 23. Many different organs in the body can be surgically removed due to disease or illness. Which of the following does not allowed in a “normal” life to be removed? A. A kidney B. A lung C. An adrenal gland D. The liver E. The gall bladder 24. Which of the following is NOT a type of signaling molecule? A. Local regulators B. Pheromones C. Hormones D. Osmoregulators E. Neurotransmitters and Neurohormones Matching section (2pt each) Write your answer on your exam (not scantron). F...
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