Please help with the following problems.
1. Detail the hormones responsible for maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance.
2. Describe the three primary buffering systems.
1) Direct control of water excretion in the kidneys is by vasopressin, or anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) secreted by hypothalamus. ADH causes the insertion of water channels into the membranes of cells lining the collecting ducts, allowing water reabsorption to occur. Without ADH, little water is reabsorbed in the collecting ducts and dilute urine is excreted. Its secretion is controlled by receptors in the hypothalamus that are sensitive to increasing plasma osmolarity, stretch receptors in the atria of the heart, which ...
This solution explains the mechanism of maintaining fluid electrolyte balance and discusses major buffering systems functioning in our bodies. It provides details of the hormones responsible for maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance. It also describes three primary buffering systems. The explanation is given in 335 words.