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If you were adrift in the atlantic ocean and, being thirsty, drink

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February 8th, 2013 05:39
in Soil Mechanics and Foundations by sadayappan (Angelo State University (TX), Computer science)

If you were adrift in the atlantic ocean and, being thirsty, drink the surrounding seawater. as a result what?

"a)your cells lyse, due to the excessive intake of salt

b)your cells become turgid

c)you dehydrate your cells"

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March 5th, 2013 10:34
divyaa (Indian Institute of Forest Management, Public management)
a)your cells lyse, due to the excessive intake of salt

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May 15th, 2013 11:15
dharmaraaj (Himgiri Zee University, Databases)
"You must bust all of this of the way right down to cellular material. Every time a electric cell consumes saltwater, in addition , it features saltiness. Saltiness volition desiccate the actual cell in case cellular matrix exsiccate, you actually dry up. "

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May 16th, 2013 12:09
baishali (Alliance University, Computers and algorithms)
"It might seem you are rehydrating after you drinking brine but you aren't. The kidneys is able to help to make weewee that's less high sodium than salt water. Thus, to reduce all the redundant salt consumed by means of consuming salt water, you must pee a lot more drinking water than an individual sipped, so you die connected with lack of fluids. "

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May 21th, 2013 07:44
padnuni (Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Computer sciences)

 

"A rock tumbling off a cliff or water driving a waterwheel is what kind of energy
 
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May 27th, 2013 20:51
shashi_16star (B R Ambedkar National Institute of Technology, Mechanical Engineering)
    "Lots of the minerals in which control the strong-ocean Pyrophorus noctiluca squid's power to generate mild power from chemical like electricity are situated           "

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May 31th, 2013 11:36
bakula (Alliance University, Mechanical Engineering)
"the first law of thermodynamics
 
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