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Question 11.The renal artery is the primary source of blood supply for the _____.
Question 22.What is the primary function of the juxtaglomerular apparatus?
Question 33.The renal hilum is the location where one would find the _____.
Question 44.Glomerulus is the specific name of the _____ where blood filtration occurs in the kidneys.
Question 55.WHAT is the bodily production response of angiotensin II to counter a decrease in the production of renin?
Question 66.Secretion of potassium into urine, promoting absorption of sodium out of the renal tubule's filtrate and into the blood, and encouraging more water to be reabsorbed back into the blood in order to increase the blood pressure are functions attributed to WHAT steroid hormone?
Question 77.The enzyme renin would be released in the body due to a response to WHAT action?
Question 88.Osmoregulation is the active regulation of _____ movement in and out of a cell or body.
Question 99.Acid-base balance, water regulation, and waste excretion are primary functions of which bodily organ(s)?
Question 1010.Following fluid flow from the filtration membrane through the nephron, WHERE is the location of fluid directly BEFORE it reaches the collecting duct?
Question 1111.WHAT is a primary function of the proximal convoluted tubule?
Question 1212.Water is reabsorbed back into the blood in the thin segment of the descending limb of the _____.
Question 1313.The ureter is the tube that carries urine from the kidneys to the _____.
Question 1414.Why are the renal pyramids connected to the renal pelvis?
Question 1515.How is urine moved from the bladder to the urethra?
Question 1616.Why were the interlobar arteries given their name?
Question 1717.Under normal conditions, what has the final say as to whether or not your urine becomes acidic or alkaline?
Question 1818.GFR is an abbreviation of:
Question 1919.The glomerulus is _____.
Question 2020.Which of the following is NOT found in the ultrafiltrate produced by the glomerulus?
Question 2121.What is the most important hormone involved in determining how diluted or concentrated your urine will be?
Question 2222.Norepinephrine may be released by the sympathetic nervous system in order to directly increase blood pressure during hypotension. In addition, the sympathetic nervous system may also trigger vasoconstriction by which of the following mechanisms?
Question 2323.Which of the following best describes ACE?
Question 2424.Where are the renal pyramids are located?
Question 2525.The following filter blood and form urine:
Question 2626.We know the arcuate arteries are named because they resemble an arc. Where are they located?
Question 2727.What do the kidneys do in cases of respiratory alkalosis?
Question 2828.Two systems that influence GFR are known as:
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