The liver maintains water and electrolyte balance of the blood.
In humans and most of not all mammals it's the kidney.
Kidney and pituitary gland
Liver and kidneys
We normally think of a solute as a solid that is added to a solvent (e.g., adding table salt to water), but the solute could just as easily exist in another phase. For example, if we add a small amount of ethanol to water, then the ethanol is the solute and the water is the solvent. If we add a smaller amount of water to a larger amount of ethanol, then the water could be the solute!
A solute is something you are dissolving. The solution is the combination of the solvent and solute. Take a glass of water. You put some sugar (solute) into it. Since sugar dissolves in water it is the solute, and the solvent is the water. The solution is the water with the dissolved sugar in it. Graffiti remover dissolves and removes graffiti. Therefore the graffiti is the solute and the remover is the solvent.
salt is the solute, and the water's the solvent.
Hey whoever asked this question! Well, sugar is actually a solute and water is a solvent! Hopes that this answers your question. BTW: Nice question!~From, unknown!
Redered radioactive, due to the formation of positrons and neutrinos as the sugar is ionized.
When the body maintains a steady internal environment, that is called homeostasis.
The gullet helps maintain homeostasis by removing excess water.
Water balance is an important factor in maintaining homeostasis. Homeostasis is crucial to organ function which regulates blood water levels.
by their excretoy organ
The hypothalamus It maintains homeostasis by regulating hunger, sleep, thirst, body temperature, and water balance.
Homeostatis is a function that maintains natural balances within the body. For example, temperature and water levels are kept controlled in the body.
The urinary system contains the kidneys, which are considered to be the organs of homeostasis mostly because they control the electrolyte balance in the blood, water retension in the body, and that they also play a role in maintaining blood pressure.
ADH monitors appropriate osmolarity by reabsorption of water, and RAAS maintains osmolarity by stimulating Na+ reabsorption.
Water is the solvent, and sugar is the solute.
Water is the solvent.Salt is the solute.
The body's internal environment is maintained by homeostasis. The components that are regulated inside the body are temperature, pH level, water, ion and solute balance.
The sugar is the solute and the water is the solvent. Whatever is dissolved is the solute, and whatever the solute is dissolved in is the solvent. The solvent dissolves the solute.