Series: Advances in Comparative and Environmental Physiology Volume: 14
Edited By: R Gilles
312 pages, 81 figures
One of the prerequisites for survival is the ability of cells to maintain their volume. Thus, during the course of evolution cells have "learned" a variety of strategies to achieve volume homeostasis. This volume regulatory machinery involves regulation of both cellular metabolism and cellular transport and is exploited by hormones and transmitters to regulate cellular function.
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