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BIO202-CH26-Electr-2

BIO202 - Ch 26 - Fluid, Electrolyte, Acid/Base P2- Marieb/Hoehn - RioSalado - AZ

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What causes bloating during menstral cycle & edema during pregnancy? Estrogen causing NaCl reabsorption
Progesterone has __ affect & promotes __. diuretic-like - Na+ & water loss.
Glucocorticoids promote __. increased glomerular rate & edema.
K+ excess in ECF decreases membrane __. potential - causes depolarization & reduced excitability.
K+ lack in ECF causes __. membrane hyperpolarization & nonresponsiveness.
Shifts of H+ into & out of cells induce shifts of __ in the opposite direction to maintain cation balance. K+
ECF potassium levels __ with acidosis. rise
ECF potassium levels __ with alkalosis. fall
K+ balance is maintained chiefly by __. renal mechanisms
__ is never secreted into the filtrate. Na+
Na+ is never secreted into __ but K+ is. filtrate
As plasma Na+ levels rise, K+ levels __. fall proportionately
__ cells are directly sensitive to K+ content of ECF bathing them. adrenal cortical cells
Adrenal cortical cells release __ when K+ increases, thereby K+ controls its own concentrations in ECF by regulation of __ release. aldosterone - aldosterone
Lack of ECF potassium causes __. hyperpolarization of neurons & paralysis.
Hypocalcemia causes muscle __. tetany
Hypercalcemia __ muscle cells & causes __. inhibits - cardiac arrhythmias
Bone breaks down into Ca2+ and __. HPO42-
PTH enhances CA2+ absorption by __. intestines, renal tubules
Why are proteins influenced by H+ concentrations? Due to their abundant hydrogen bonds
The lower pH in venous blood is due to? Acidic metabolites & CO2 which combines to form carbonic acid, H2CO3
pH above __ is alkalosis. 7.45
pH below __ is acidosis/acidemia 7.35
Physiological acidosis pH between 7.35 & 7.0
Most H+ originates as __. metabolic by-products or end products.
3 major chemical buffer systems of body are? bicarbonate, phosphate, & protein buffer systems.
Bicarbonate buffer system Carbonic acid (H2CO3) & its salt sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3).
What is the only important ECF buffer? Bicarbonate buffer system - carbonic - sodium bicarbonate
Alkaline reserve available HCO3- ions
Carbonic acid comes from? The CO2 released during cellular respiration.
Phosphate buffer system NaH2PO4 => Na2HPO4 - one less hydrogen atom
Where is phosphate buffer system most effective? In urine & ICF where phosphate concentrations are usually higher.
Protein buffer system Proteins in plasma & cells - exposed organic acid groups (-COOH) release H+ when pH rises & others bind to the H+ ions.
A single __ molecule can function as an acid or base depending on the pH of environment. protein - amphoteric molecules
Give an example of an amphoteric molecule Hemoglobin - functions as intracellular buffer. Can buffer carbonic acid - amino acid - protein buffer system.
Which fluid contains most magnesium? Intracellular fluid (ICF).
Which fluid contains most calcium? Plasma & then interstitial fluid
Created by: Ladystorm