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3. A negatively charged ion.
4. The pressure within the ventricles at the end of diastole.
5. Susbtance that neutralizes or weakens a strong acid or base.
7. A positively charged ion.
12. The number of particles present per unit volume.
13. A state in which a solution has a lower solute concentration on one side of a semi-permeable membrane compared to the other side.
14. A state in which the pH is higher than normal due to a decreased hydrogen ion concentration or increased alkaline substance concentration.
15. Fluid passing through an organ or part of the body.
17. The movement of solutes from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration.
18. Any substance capable of causing fever.
19. The leakage of fluid or medication outside a blood vessel.
1. Portion of the body fluid found outside the body's cells, yet not within the circulatory system. (________ Fluid)
2. Chemical substances that dissociate into electrically charged particles when placed in water.
6. The resistance of the skin to deformation.
8. A decrease in blood pressure that occurs when suddenly rising from a supine position. (__________ Hypotension)
9. A state in which solutions on opposite sides of a semi-permeable membrane are in equal concentration.
10. A state in which the pH is lower that normal due to an increased hydrogen ion concentration.
11. A state in which a solution has a higher solute concentration on one side of a semi-permeable membrane compared to the other side.
16. The movement of a solvent (water) across a semi-permeable membrane from an area of lesser (solute) concentration to an area of greater (solute) concentration.