hyposmolarity

hyposmolarity

 [hi-poz″mo-lar´ĭ-te]
abnormally decreased osmolar concentration of a solution.

hyposmolarity

(hī-pŏz″mō-lăr′ĭ-tē)
Decreased osmolar concentration, esp. of the blood or urine.
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Water volumes equivalent to 30-50% of body weight can be stored in terrestrial amphibian urinary bladder, which is capable of absorbing water and salt against gradient, and cause urine hyposmolarity. Recent studies demonstrate that urinary vesical wall has the ability to regulate its water permeability (Candia et al.