Definitions for "Electrolytes"
Salts, specifically ions. The term electrolyte means that this ion is electrically-charged and moves to either a negative (cathode) or positive (anode) electrode. Electrolyte substances are often used as transfusions in dehydrated animals.
Soluble inorganic compounds whose ions will conduct an electrical current in solution.
Salt-like substances in the blood, including sodium, potassium and chloride, which must be kept at normal levels in order for body organs to function properly.
Type of television that uses lenses and mirrors to magnify an image and project it onto the back of a translucent screen. Electromagnetic Resistance Resistance created by a series of magnets. An electronic mechanism tells the magnets to apply more or less resistance to the flywheel. Resistance is controlled by a magnetic field, so changes are smooth. Elevation Feature usually found on a treadmill or elliptical crosstrainer. It is the angle of the treadmill deck or elliptical ramp used to simulate walking or running uphill. Also known as incline.
Keywords:  monosomy, toxicity
Monosomy Toxicity
These levels are useful in metabolic and endocrine disease, and for monitoring both nutritional status and the effects of treatment.
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See Electrolyte.