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Page‘l of‘l 547 mm; [[51 English [unlted States] 14. What substance is described as functioning to allow: neuromuscular excitability, secretory activity,
membrane permeability. & maintaining correct osmotic relationship between cells 8; ECF? 15. What type of pressure most often forces blood out of capillaries?
16. What type of pressure usually slows fluid movement into lymph capillaries? 17. Maintaining homeostasis in the form of a stable blood pH is possible because of
18. What happens when there is too much acid in blood?
19. What happens when there is too much base in blood? 20. Who is most likely to have the highest percentage of body water content?
a. chubby male baby b. 70 year old, fit man c. 19 year old male triathlete d. an obese female teen 21. Explain your answer to Question #20: 22. What contributes to water’s role as a universal solvent? 23. What controls Ca2+ levels in blood? 777 24. What best describes pH in the human body? a. must be rigidly controlled b. a wide range of pH‘s are tolerable c. high blood CO; — acidosis d. alkalosis — ph> 7.0 e. hyperventilation — raises pH 1. pH of urine has narrow range Matching: Action
7 25. baroreceptor a. detects changes in solute concentrations in blood
7 26. chemorecegtor b. osmoreceptors/baroreceptors can signal release of this hormone
7 27. osmoreceptor c. detects changes in blood pressure
_ 28. ADH d. able to detect CO; and 02 levels
7 29. renin e. reduces blood pressure and blood volume 7 30. bicarbonate
7 31. aldosterone 1‘. released by kidney in response to low ECF
g. accumulation of ICF when fluid flow is high or blocked _ 32. ANP h. acts as a buffer for blood pH
7 33. edema i. causes kidney tubules to reabsorb more sodium and water
34. What is the normal Ph range of: a. blood? b. urine?

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