If excess water passes out from the tissue without being restored by the kidneys

If Excess Water Passes Out From The Tissue Without Being Biology Question

If excess water passes out from the tissue without being restored by the kidneys. the cells wound

Options

(a) Burst open and die
(b) Take water from the plasma
(c) Not be affected at all
(d) Imbibe water and then undergo plasmolysis

Correct Answer:

Not be affected at all

Explanation:

Excess water in the blood affects the osmoreceptors present in hypothalamus and volume receptors present in left atrium, ventricles and pulmonary veins. This causes ADH release so that body hydration is regulated by removal of excess water by kidney. Individual cells have no role to play in this process.

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Topics: Human Body Fluids and Excretory Products (203)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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