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Can you name the Homeostasis Terms?

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Internal osmolarity is equal to external osmolarity
Internal osmolarity is greater than external osmolarity
lose all body water and survive in a dormant state when habitat is dried up.
How animals get rid of nitrogen-containing waste
control solute balance and the gain or loss of water; control of the water balance of the blood, tissue or cytoplasm of a living organism
antidiuretic hormone
atrial natriuretic factor
juxtaglomerular apparatus
survive large fluctuations of external osmolarity
Animals that cannot stand changes in extermanl osmolarity
An animal that must adjust its internal osmolarity because its internal osmolarity isn’t isoosmotic with the outside environment
An animal that doesn’t actively adjust its internal osmolarity because its isoosmotic with its saltwater environment.

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