- University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
- Biology 314
- Urine Formation
Last Modified: 2011-07-02
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t/f: total fluid volume in body fluctuates with daily fluid intake
false, total fluid volume remains stable
t/f: the osmolarity of glomerular filtrate is similar to that of the blood
the osmolarity of the tubular fluid _______ as if flows down the descending limb of the nephron loop
the osmolarity of the tubular fluid _______ as it flows up the ascending limb of the nephron loop
the osmolarity of the tubular fluid _______ more as it flows through the DCT and the collecting duct
gets reabsorbed by osmosis along the descending limb
actively reabsorbed from the ascending limb, water does not follow because ascending limb is impermeable to it
impermeable to water when the level of ADH is low
principal cells in the collecting ducts
t/f: additional solutes, but no more water, get reabsorbed from the DCT
urine can be _____ times more dilute than blood plasma or glomerular filtrate
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