If we take high salt on food will lead to clotting to our blood vessels. So try to reduce the over usage of salt to our food to avoid the damages to our blood vessels of the body. In research of human studies have proven that the the high intake sodium can make the arteries stiffness and it will lead to the damage to the flow of blood to our human body. The extra usage of sodium present in salt can make our blood to get pressured and this will result in the strain to our arteries. This type of pressure in our arteries can even make them to get burst and then to clog up entirely.
The most critical pH is that of the blood and in order to maintain blood pH, homeostatic control takes place. In homeostasis the organs and fluids will fluctuate to keep the pH of the blood firmly between 7.35 -7.45. This is a very narrow pH range in the blood. If the pH becomes too acidic in the blood : The bones will start to leach calcium and there would be reduced absorption levels of supplementary substances as well as mineral ions. The levels of insulin in the body will upsurge and instead of fat being broken down or metabolized, they will be stored.
When blood glucose levels rise above 5mM, the release the hormone insulin to lower this. (glycogenesis) Insulin receptors are found in the liver, muscles and fat cells. Once the insulin hormone bonds to the insulin receptor it stimulates an increased intake of glucose into these tissues, lowering blood glucose levels. The glucose taken in by the liver is stored mostly as glycogen. Glucose taken in by fat cells contributes to the amount of fat in these cells.
This results in swelling of the cell until the critical volume is reached, afterward the membrane at first leaks and then bursts releasing hemoglobin (Faulkner and king 1970 ). The osmotic fragility test can be performed on freshly taken red cells. The susceptibility to osmotic lysis is primarily determined by the surface area to volume ratio of erythrocytes .Increased osmotic fragility typically occurs in hereditary spherocytosis. Because of their reduced surface membrane area in respect to the cell volume, spherocytes take up less water in a hypotonic solution before rupturing than do normal blood cells. They cannot expand as much as normal discoid erythrocytes and are osmotically more fragile ( Roper and Layton, 2012
CHAPTER 2: BENEFITS OF KETOGENIC DIETING 1. Blood Pressure Tends to go Down With high blood pressure (hypertension) is a major risk factor for many diseases. These include heart disease, stroke, kidney failure and many others. Ketogenic Diet is an effective way to lower blood pressure, which can lead to a reduction in the risk of these diseases and help you should live longer. 2.
An error that occurred was the concentration of the solvent. Since there were two different dilution of the solution, the amount of water used was different, causing a different concentration and producing a different result. The amount of water used should be measured beforehand to reduce the random error and increase the precision of the results. A systematic error may have been the Bunsen burner being on safety flame instead of a blue flame. The long exposure to the low heat evaporated the water, thus increasing the concentration of Sodium Thiosulfate.
It is important to note that, the higher the blood sugar, the more sugar comes out in the urine. If an individual's kidneys are normal, this usually isn't a problem, but if an individual has diabetes, too much sugar can cause kidney damage. Uncontrolled diabetes can damage the blood vessels of the kidney and destroy the kidneys filters. During Anna Garcia’s autopsy report, the ketones found in her urine, was sign of kidney failure. There was additional signs that Anna Garcia had that supported symptoms of kidney failure, such as necrosis and vomiting.
In the case of infections in general, consuming more water is thought to assist with intravascular volume loss, enhanced vascular permeability, along with replace the fluids lost in fever and vomiting. The medical advice to consume plenty of water also rests on the assumption that water
Therefore, improvement to the method would be to make the higher light intensities so as to be quite accurate, which denotes lamps would be adjusted to a beaker containing elodea from side to side because the smaller light intensities would be less accurate since the light spreads out, and the elodea might be exerted influence on other experiments or background light. Lastly, the other fallacy derives from the water temperature. As the temperature of the water increases, carbon dioxide is produced up until its optimal temperature. In reality, when the plant attains the optimum, denaturalization of enzymes in elodea occurs so that that leads to cessation of oxygen. Similar to this situation, same result would be created when the temperature is too cold.
Caffeine, tannins (phenolic substances) and a little chlorophyll can also be found in tea leaves. Hot water extraction can be used to separate caffeine from the tea leaves (mainly cellulose) as water can form hydrogen bonds with water and solubilise (water has higher solubility at higher temperatures). However, tannins are also water soluble but they display acidic properties instead. Thus, a basic salt like sodium carbonate can be added to bind to tannins to form a salt. Although now both the tannins salt and caffeine are water soluble, using an organic solvent, dichloromethane, renders tannins salt insoluble.
The results that we concluded were the same with what we expected from our hypothesis. The Daphnia heart rate increased higher as it was placed in the various solutions of caffeine. The heart rate had a decrease as the Daphnia was exposed to the alcohol. This experiment helps understand how cellular biology works in a controlled environment. We also learn and understand the effects of alcohol and caffeine does to our body and health.
Odor: Urine usually has very light smell but the presence of an extreme fruity or sweet smell could indicate diabetes or starvation while really bad odor could indicate the presence of E Coli. 4. Specific Gravity: The gravity of urine is based on how the kidneys balance the amount of water in urine. The more water the less specific gravity and the less water the more specific gravity. 5. pH: This is used to measure how acidic or alkaline urine is.
Q1 The organs involved in the homeostatic system of salt regulation are pineal gland, pituitary glands, thyroid gland ,thymus, adrenal, pancreas, ovary and testis. All our bodies removes uneeded fluid by filtering your blood through your kidney, via osmosis, to draw excess water out of your blood. This requires a balance of sodium and potassium to pull the water across the wall from the bloodstream into a collecting channel in the kidney. A high salt diet will alter this sodium balance, causing the kidneys to have reduced function and remove less water resulting in higher blood pressure. This puts strain on the kidneys and can lead to kidney disease.A high salt intake has been shown to increase the amount of protein in the urine which is a major risk factor for the decline of kidney function.
People taking calcium supplements are more at risk of forming stones in kidney by 20%. 8. Limit your sodium intake: Sodium from salt excretes more calcium into the urine. High amount of calcium in the urine combine with oxalate and phosphorus in order to form stones. Reducing sodium intake is preferred to reducing calcium intake.
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