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Glomerular Filtrate

Glomerular Filtration

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What is the composition of the Glomerular Filtrate? SMALL Plasma solutes (NO Cell or Proteins)
Why aren't Cells and Proteins processes through Glomerular Filtration? too LARGE
What is GCP? Glomerular Capillary Pressure - 55 mm Hg
What is BCP? Bowman's Capsule Pressure - 15 mm Hg
What is GOP? Glomerular Osmotic Pressure - 30 mm Hg
What is the Net Filtration Pressure? 10 mm Hg
Where does Glomerular Filtration occur? from Glomerulus (capillaries) --> Bowman's Capsule
Which Filtration Force is the stongest? GCP is the Primary Driving Force pushing Solutes through
What type of solution is in the Bowman's Capsule? Hypotonic solution = HIGH H2O
What type of solution is in the Glomerulus? Hypertonic = LOW H2O
Created by: Kristel