Asked Nov 19, 2019

list the routes by which water enters and leaves the body. how are these kept in balance?


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Water is a chemical substance which is colorless, tasteless and odorless. It is quite important for maintaining the normal functioning and temperature of the body. The body also has several mechanism to fulfill its requirements of water.

Step 2

A healthy human body intakes approximately 2500 ml of water every day. Most of the water intake is via digestive tract that includes intake of food items and drinking fluids that contain water. A small but significant pr...

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