Increasing the number of protein carrier will increase the glucose transport rate glucose required protein carriers to assist them to pass through the cell membrane because they are lipid insoluble and because of their large size. Sodium and potassium have opposite effects on heart health: high salt intake increases blood pressure, which can lead to heart disease, while high potassium intake can help relax blood vessels and excrete the sodium and decrease blood pressure. Aquatic life can have a hard time in stagnant water that has a lot of rotting, organic material in it, especially in summer (the concentration of dissolved oxygen is inversely related to water temperature), when dissolved-oxygen levels are at a seasonal low. Dr ogbru received his doctorate in pharmacy from the university of the pacific school of pharmacy in 1995 he completed a pharmacy practice residency at the university of arizona/university medical center in 1996 he was a professor of pharmacy practice and a regional clerkship coordinator for the. If you have done any work on rates of reaction (especially if you have done orders of reaction), you will have come across cases where the rate of reaction is proportional to the concentration of a reactant, or perhaps to the square of its concentration.
Test the effect of increased acidity on calcium carbonate what effects do you think this could have on the formation of skeletal student activity lesson 3. When you become mentally exhausted, you eventually will have difficulties with concentration and attention if you have to reread things a lot because you can't focus, your work may not get done, and of course, that alone causes even more stress. What variable(s) increased the rate of facilitated diffusion of glucose you correctly answered: d both a and b 2 for facilitated diffusion, increasing the concentration of glucose on one side of the membrane is the same as your answer: a making the concentration gradient flatter.
Nitrate is one of the most common groundwater contaminants in rural areas it is regulated in drinking water primarily because excess levels can cause methemoglobinemia, or blue baby disease although nitrate levels that affect infants do not pose a direct threat to older children and adults, they. So far, you have learned that the concentration of co 2 i n the atmosphere is increasing and some of this extra co 2 is dissolving in the oceans but, can an increase in dissolved co2 change the ph of sea water. Here is a generalized g-h-k equation for na+, k+, and cl-ions: since cl - has a negative charge, the concentration term is inverted in this equation for the inside and outside. To treat it, doctors slowly increase the level of sodium in the blood with intravenous fluids and sometimes with a diuretic newer drugs, called vaptans, are sometimes needed increasing the sodium level too rapidly can result in severe and often permanent brain damage.
Explain the effect that increasing the na+cl- concentration had on osmotic pressure and why it has this effect the na+ci- will diffuse through the 50 mwco membrane but will not diffuse through the 20 mwco membrane. Experiment results predict question: predict question 1: what effect do you think increasing the na+ cl- concentration will have your answer : a increased osmotic pressure predict question 2: what do you think will be the pressure result of the current experimental conditions. What effect do you think increasing the na+cl- concentration will have there will only be pressure above the left beaker because the albumin is too large to diffuse the glucose will diffuse freely, generating osmotic pressure.
No signs of wedensky-inhibition could be obtained by increasing the nacl-concentration in the bath previous results indicate that the state of the motor end-plate after long sustained strong increase in the nacl-concentrations must be rather unphysiological. If you have a 2‐sided test, and if the and confidence level add to 100%, you can reject h0 if 0 (the number you were checking) is not in the confidence interval a) find a 95% confidence interval for the mean cellulose content from the above example. Many times though, you can decide for yourself what the volumes you need are 1ml, 10ml, 20ml, 100ml just remember, you have to be able to measure the volumes needed accurately to do that, you will use your burets. Renal mechanisms for regulating urine concentration april 18, 2008 sodium 25,560 25,410 150 994 increasing the concentration of urea.
Simulating active transport watch the solute concentration windows at the side of each beaker for any c hanges in na and k concentrations the na transport rate stops before transport has completed why do you think that this happens. 1explain the effect that increasing the na+cl-concentration had on osmotic pressure and why it has this effect how well did the results compare with your prediction increasing the na + cl - concentration increased the. You can only upload files of type png, jpg, or jpeg you can only upload files of type 3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, or rm you can only upload photos smaller than 5 mb. How does dilution affect ph dilution drives the ph value of an acidic or basic solution toward 7 the ph values of acidic solutions increase with dilution, while the ph values of basic solutions decrease with dilution diluting an acid reduces the concentration of the h+ ions that cause acidity.
Therefore, it is to be expected that the concentration of each of these two ions in the extracellular fluids should also have important effects on cardiac pumping effect of potassium ions excess potassium in the extracellular fluids causes the heart to become dilated and flaccid and also slows the heart rate. Find an answer to your question what effect do you think increasing the na cl concentration will have 1 what effect do you think increasing the na cl. Predict question 2: what effect do you think adding na+ cl00 000 00000 0 there will be no change in the glucose transport rate00 100000 000 carriers 500 500 500 500 700 700 700 700 700 700 100 100 rate 000 800 start conc0000 00010 000 0.