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11. Plasma proteins and electrolytes are examples of solutes
a. filtered from the plasma by the kidneys.
b. found in body fluids that influence movement of water.
c. released into the plasma by the liver.
d. recycled by the mucosa during digestion.
12. An example of a substance that can pass through a capillary membrane is
c. plasma proteins.
13. An acid has a pH
a. greater than 7.0.
b. lower than 7.0.
c. greater than 5.0.
d. lower than 5.0.
14. An example of a cation is
15. The organic molecule responsible for creating colloidal osmotic pressure is
b. an electrolyte.
16. An example of an electrolyte is
d. carbon dioxide.
17. Ways in which water and solutes move across membranes include
a. diffusion and filtration.
b. capillary action and circulation.
c. peristalsis and contraction.
d. conduction and pulsation.
18. Functions of water in the body include
a. providing an energy source.
b. temperature control.
c. nerve impulse transmission.
d. transport of vitamins A, D, E, and K.
19. The term used to denote concentration of electrolytes in a given volume is
b. colloidal osmotic pressure.
20. Cations primarily responsible for controlling body water distribution are
a. sodium and chloride.
b. calcium and phosphorus.
c. sodium and potassium.
d. sodium and bicarbonate.