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To effect neutralization.

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Re: Liver and Kidney Evolution! Please Help!

... aren't options for the cat. Don't get caught up in the one trait one adaptation trap. That fat in the sharks liver also stores calories as well as neutralises bouancy. At least none are herbavours so they have minimal toxin loads in their diets (less work for the liver). Evolution is all about ...

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Tue Nov 16, 2010 1:42 am
Forum: Evolution
Topic: Liver and Kidney Evolution! Please Help!
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pls help- URGENT!!!

... of blood, it does not happen normally due to an anti-clotting substance heparin which is produced in the liver. When thrombokinase is released, it neutralises the action of heparin so that the clotting takes place. Serum is left behind when the blood clots. ------Summary-------- produce (1) Wound ...

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by unscientific
Tue Mar 06, 2007 2:06 pm
Forum: Human Biology
Topic: pls help- URGENT!!!
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