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One job of the kidneys is to A. increase the salt and water balance in the blood. B. destroy old red blood cells. C. regulate the pH of the blood. D. produce urea from amino groups and ammonia.
One job of the kidneys is to C. regulate the pH of the blood.
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User: One job of the kidneys is to A. increase the salt and water balance in the blood. B. destroy old red blood cells. C. regulate the pH of the blood. D. produce urea from amino groups and ammonia.

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