lower the osmolality of the blood
The osmolality of isosmotic solution is 300milliosmolar.
the effect of glucose syrup
Basic urinalysis usually looks at pH, osmolality, osmolarity, specific gravity, along with presents of proteins, glucose, ketones, blood and erythrocytes.
It will decrease glucose levels
No it does not
Osmosis? Osmolality? Osmolarity?
The inhibitory effect of glucose on phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase gene expression in cultured hepatocytes is transcriptional. It requires glucose metabolism.
Yes. Any carbohydrates effect the level of glucose in the blood.
Glucose is the sugar that the mitochronia need to produce energy for the cells.
No, elevated blood glucose with have no effect on temperature.
It is because glucose is not acidic it is a alkalineNope. Glucose is neither acid nor alkali. Glucose does not disassociate into ions when dissolved in water and has no effect on pH, thus also has no effect on litmus indicator.
No it doesn't.
You will need an osmometer.
osmolality: number of osmoles of solute per kilogram of solvent. osmolarity: number of osmoles of solute per liter of solution.
increased plasma osmolality
Hypo-osmotic, it depends on the osmolality, if the osmolality is higher inside the cell its called hypotonic.
you seriously don't know this??
regulated by the osmolality of the circulating blood. Osmolality refers to the concentration of dissolved chemicals (such as sodium, potassium, and chloride; together called solute) circulating in the fluid base of the blood
Once digested, 100% of carbohydrates are converted to glucose. However, approximately 40% of protein foods are also converted to glucose, but this has minimal effect on blood glucose levels.
Glucose is a compound with the molecular folrmula C6H12O6. It is not a colloid, since it does not exhibit the Tyndall Effect, which is characteristic of all colloids.
Oxygen is produced, and the plant is supplied with sugar and 'glucose'