Part AClassify each substance as an intracellular fluid, an extracellular fluid, a solute in body fluids, or neither a body fluid nor a solute.Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins.View Available Hint(s)ResetHelpplasmaelectrolyteswhole bloodinterstitial fluidwater-soluble proteinslymphred blood cellsglucoseSolute in body fluidsIntracellular fluidExtracellular fluidNeither fluid nor soluteSubmit

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Part A
Classify each substance as an intracellular fluid, an extracellular fluid, a solute in body fluids, or neither a body fluid nor a solute.
Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins.
View Available Hint(s)
Reset
Help
plasma
electrolytes
whole blood
interstitial fluid
water-soluble proteins
lymph
red blood cells
glucose
Solute in body fluids
Intracellular fluid
Extracellular fluid
Neither fluid nor solute
Submit
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Part A Classify each substance as an intracellular fluid, an extracellular fluid, a solute in body fluids, or neither a body fluid nor a solute. Drag the appropriate items to their respective bins. View Available Hint(s) Reset Help plasma electrolytes whole blood interstitial fluid water-soluble proteins lymph red blood cells glucose Solute in body fluids Intracellular fluid Extracellular fluid Neither fluid nor solute Submit

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Step 1

Each given substance is to be classified as an intracellular fluid, an extracellular fluid, a solute in body fluids, or neither a body fluid nor a solute.

  1. Lymph
  2. Electrolytes
  3. Red blood cells
  4. plasma
  5. Whole blood
  6. Interstitial fluid
  7. Glucose
  8. Water-soluble proteins
Step 2
  • Intracellular fluid- This is a type of body fluid that lies within the cell. It makes up the 60% of the total water in the human body. Electrolytes and proteins are found dissolved in it.
  • Extracellular fluid- It is found outside of the cell. The main component of extracellul...

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