Select the correct answer. Increased plasma volume:
a. decreases Atrial natriuretic factor
b. increases angiotensin II levels
c. increases Antidiuretic hormone levels
d. decreased thirst
Antidiuretic Hormone (ADH):
ADH is a peptide or lipid-insoluble hormone that is also called vasopressin. This hormone plays a role in the regulation of the retention of water within the body. This hormone is synthesized within the hypothalamus.
Answer and Explanation: 1
ADH is carried to the posterior pituitary gland for storage and secretion, when necessary through the neurohypophysial capillaries. The secretion of...
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fromChapter 20 / Lesson 6
This lesson describes blood plasma and discusses its components and function.