Sodium is the principal EXTRACELLULAR cation
The Chief Extracellular cation is sodium.
Major Intracellular cation - K+ (Potassium) Major Extracellular cation - Na+ (Sodium) Major Intracellular anion - PO4+ (Phosphate) Major Extracellular anion - Cl- (Chloride)
The most important cation is sodium.
The major cation in extracellular fluids is sodium.
calcium ; sodium
The chief intracellular cation in the human body is the potassium ion. On the other hand, the primary extracellular cation is the sodium ion. In is the actions of these ions that allow neurons to transmit electrical impulses.
Principal extracellular cation. It functions in fluid and electrolyte balance, osmotic pressure control, and water distribution.
The most abundant positive ion or cation in the extracellular fluid is sodium (Na+). Chloride (Cl-) is the most abundant negative ion or anion.
It is extracellular
The extracellular matrix refers to the extracellular part of the tissue. The extracellular matrix gives support to animal cells; and it is the base of the connective tissue of animals.
A cation is named after the metal: cation of sodium (Na+), cation of lithium (Li+), cation of barium (Ba2+).
Cation with +3 charge. Al3+ cation