All body fluids contained within cells collectively are called _____________________.
Fluid in spaces between cells is called _________________.
The primary method by which water moves between fluid compartments is ______________________.
As age increases, the percentage of body weight that is water____________ as the amount of adipose tissue increases, the percentage of body weight that is water_____________.
Increased blood volume stretching the right atrium stimulates the release of _________.
Positively charged ions are called ________; Negitively charged ions are called __________.
An inorganic substance that dissociates into ions when dissolved in water is called a(n)_________________.
Isotonic saline is a ___% solution of sodium chloride.
The condition in which sodium levels in blood are lower than normal is called ___________________.
The most abundat extracellular anion is _________________.
Plasma levels of potassium ions are regulated primarily by the hormone _____________.
The condition in which levels of potassium ions are higher than normal in the blood it is called ______________________.
The inorganic ion that is the major buffer of hydrogen ions in the plasma is______________________.
As blood passes through the pulmonary capillaries, the plasma level of bicarbonate ion ________________.
If levels of aldosterone increases, excretion of potassium ions in urine_______________.
The homeostatic range of pH for extracellular fluid is_______________.
When respiratory rate increases, pH of extracellular fluid_______________.
excretion in urine
The only way the body can eliminate acids other than carbonic acid is by ___________________.
the amino group
The part of a protein buffer that acts as a weak base is____________________.
If the blood pH becomes 7.32, respiratory rate will ____________ as a compensatory mechanism.