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14.What substance is described as functioning to allow: neuromuscular excitability, secretory activity, membrane permeability, & maintaining correct

14.What substance is described as functioning to allow: neuromuscular excitability, secretory activity, membrane permeability, & maintaining correct osmotic relationship between cells & 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?

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