MadSci Network: Cell Biology
Subject: Human cells have water in them, right? Will this water get replaced?
Date: Mon Jan 23 22:53:22 2006
Posted by shubha
Grade level: 10-12
School: vijaya high school
City: bangalore State/Province: karnataka
Area of science: Cell Biology
Human cells have water in them, is it not? Will this water be replaced by fresh
water that we drink/ food that we intake? Or will the water that a cell has is
the same till the cell dies? In other words will the cell excrete old water and
replenish with fresh water that is taken in the form of food/drinks?
Re: Human cells have water in them, right? Will this water get replaced?
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