Role of nacl in metabolism, Biology

ROLE OF NaCl -

  1. It forms .9% of blood of mammal. It forms .7% of blood of frog.
  2. Bicarbonates of Na+ act as buffer for pH constancy.
  3. Involved in active transport of glucose, amino acids.
  4. Maintains trugidity of R.B.C.
  5. As bile salts sodium taurocholate and sodium glycholate) helpful in emulsification (broken of large lipid molecule into small molecules).
  6. Maintain isotonicity of tissue fluid. Controls blood pressure.
  7. Na+ in nerve impulse. Cl- is component in gastric juice.
  8. Act to prevent dehydration.
Posted Date: 10/8/2012 5:25:21 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Role of nacl in metabolism, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Role of nacl in metabolism, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Role of nacl in metabolism Discussions

Write discussion on Role of nacl in metabolism
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Explain the Techniques of Operation used in post myocardial infarction ventricular septal defect? Normal 0 false false false EN-IN X-NONE X-NONE

Cracking is the process in which large molecules are broken into smaller molecules.                      C 10 H 22         C 5 H 12 + C 5 H 10                      C 8 H

What is omnispective classification

Explain about the Niacin - Water Soluble Vitamin? Niacin is chemically synonymous with nicotinic acid although the term is also used for its amide (nicotinamide). Nicotinamide

How different is the fish epidermis from the amphibian epidermis? The fish epidermis is very thin and having mucus-secreting cells. The fish skin does not present keratin. The

Glycerol can act as a substrate for glucose synthesis by conversion to dihydroxyacetone phosphate and an intermediate in gluconeogenesis.  In  order  for citric  acid  cycle pyruva

Growth Charts Management alone without any standard of comparison do not serve useful purpose. A number of standards have been developed to compare the measurement of any

Q. What are the noteworthy features of the nervous system of arthropods? In arthropods the nervous system has more sophisticated sensory receptors with well-advanced cephalizat

what major nerve do you think is being compressed when a person often feel pain in the posterior surface of the thigh radiating to the area behind the knee and where is the likely

formulation of RDA