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Term:saline drink intake rate
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Definition:The amount of a solution of sodium chloride that is consumed as a drink, that is, a liquid that is brought into the mouth and swallowed to quench thirst, for nourishment, etc., per unit time. A sodium chloride solution is homogeneous mixture of atoms of sodium, the chemical element with atomic number 11, that have lost one electron forming a cation with a charge of +1, and an equivalent number of atoms of chlorine, the chemical element with atomic number 17, that have gained one electron forming an anion with a charge of -1 dispersed molecularly in a sufficient quantity of dissolving medium (solvent) such as water.
Synonyms:exact_synonym: sodium chloride drinking water intake rate
 related_synonym: isotonic saline intake rate;   normal saline intake rate;   physiological saline intake rate

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Symbol Object Name Evidence Notes Source PubMed Reference(s) RGD Reference(s) Position
Q Salc1 Saline consumption QTL 1 IDA RGD PMID:15252022 RGD:1302889 NCBI chr 4:44,463,908...148,090,542 JBrowse link
Q Salc2 Saline consumption QTL 2 IDA RGD PMID:15252022 RGD:1302889 NCBI chr19:27,530,207...37,947,399 JBrowse link

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        drink intake rate 34
          saline drink intake rate 2
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