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This is so because, under the conditions in the body, they are almost completely
dissociated into their component ions. For example, a molecule of common salt (
sodium chloride) is dissociated into a positively charged sodium ion and a ...
body fluids (where present) are closely similar to seawater in composition, and it
may be presumed that regulation operates only at the cellular level. The
excretory organs of other invertebrates are of diverse evolutionary origin. This is
not to ...
Importantly, they also regulate the amount and composition of the body fluid,
which accounts for well over half of the total mass of the body. This regulatory or
homeostatic function of the kidneys has to be kept in mind if the mechanisms that
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