Q14 4pt A base will raise the pH and buffer can neutralize acid pt It has the

Q14 4pt a base will raise the ph and buffer can

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Q14 (4pt): A base will raise the pH and buffer can neutralize acid. pt): It has the opposing effect of both hydrostatic blood pressure pushing r and small molecules out of the blood into the interstitial spaces within the al end of capillaries and interstitial colloid osmotic pressure. pt): In the capillaries hydrostatic pressure increases filtration by pushing fluid olute OUT of the capillaries, while colloid osmotic pressure pulls fluid into the aries and/or prevents fluid from leaving. (1pt): Dark/navy blue (1pt): light copper 2pt): Selectively permeable. Pores in the membrane mit the passage of water, most ions, and small molecules (2pt): Yes, water beak volume reduced as the ysis tubing volume increased. (4pt): Q15 (4pt): Yes, strong bases can be corrosive to skin by contact and chemical buffers are not. Less risk with a buff pt): Hydrostatic pressure is the pressure produced by a fluid against a ce. The blood inside the glomerulus creates glomerular hydrostatic pressure h forces fluid out of the glomerulus into the glomerular capsule. pt): Reabsorbs useful substances such as glucose and amino acids and secrete certain al ions and excess water into the tubule. The higher osmolarity of the blood in the bular capillaries creates an osmotic pressure which causes the uptake of water. Bios 216 Lab 8 (1) PRINT
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