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Biology Exploring Study Set 1

Biology

Quiz 42 :

Regulation of the Internal Environment: Water, Solutes, and Temperature

Quiz 42 :

Regulation of the Internal Environment: Water, Solutes, and Temperature

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What is the main form of nitrogenous waste released by aquatic invertebrates to their environment?
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B

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Which salt concentration is found in the body fluids of Atlantic salmon?
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B

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Suppose sugar is taken out of an excretory system tubule and put back into the blood. What would this process be an example of?
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D

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What is the main form of nitrogenous waste released by mammals to their environment?
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What is the name of the tubules that make up the relatively simple excretory system used by flatworms?
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Which of the following are typically osmoconformers?
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Which pathway do Atlantic salmon take?
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Which of the following is/are used for osmoregulation and excretion in all but the simplest animals?
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Which term refers to the movement of some molecules and ions out of the excretory system tubules and back into body fluids?
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What is the main form of nitrogenous waste released by birds to their environment?
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What is the osmolarity of fresh water?
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In which group are protonephridia found?
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How is osmolarity measured?
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What is the typical osmolarity of most body fluids in humans and other mammals?
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What is typical osmolarity of body fluids in most freshwater invertebrates?
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What is typical osmolarity of body fluids in most marine invertebrates?
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What is the typical osmolarity of seawater?
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Which term refers to the nonselective movement of water and a number of solutes into the excretory system tubules?
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Suppose that a cell has a membrane that is permeable to water but NOT to Na+ or Cl- or any other solute. More NaCl exists outside the cell than inside the cell, and the osmolarity of the cell is higher than that of the solution surrounding the cell. Which of the following should occur?
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Compared to uric acid, how much energy and water are required if urea is the main form of nitrogenous waste?
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