What are the factors affecting osmosis (bio)? [closed]

Asking from the blood barrier angle. The wikipedia states that glucose, urea, and $$\ce{Na/K}$$ count. Can there be any other factors, like $$\mathrm{pH}$$, temperature, hydraulic pressure on the cell walls? Why do minerals not play a role? Because there are only traces of them?

• I'm a little confused about your question. Do Na/K not count as "minerals"? And no, "minerals" are not generally present as traces in plasma (some may be, depending on what you mean by trace and by "mineral"). – Buck Thorn Aug 3 '19 at 20:19
• Do you mean "do any other factors, like pH, temperature, and hydraulic pressure on the cell walls, affect the osmotic pressure?"? – Buck Thorn Aug 3 '19 at 21:07
• Beware dangling participles... dictionary.com/browse/dangling-participle – Buck Thorn Aug 3 '19 at 21:08
• en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_plasma#Composition – Buck Thorn Aug 4 '19 at 10:49

Thus anything that affects the chemical potential of water will affect osmotic flow. This includes dissolved solutes, pH (which of course comes from a particular dissolved solute—H$$^+$$), temperature, and pressure. For instance, increasing the solute concentration decreases water's chemical potential, while increasing the pressure increases it.