Chapter 7

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In which of the following would there be the greatest need for osmoregulation?

A) an animal connective tissue cell bathed in isotonic body fluid

B) a terrestrial animal such as a snake

C) a red blood cell surrounded by plasma

D) a lymphocyte before it has been taken back into lymph fluid

E) a plant being grown hydroponically (in a watery mixture of designated nutrients)

Answer:

B) a terrestrial animal such as a snake



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