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Urinary System Ch 25

The Urinary System Chapter 25

Facultative Na+ reabsorption occurs in the distal convoluted tubule
Facultative Na+ reabsorption is regulated by aldosterone
How is Na+ reabsorbed? Active transport using ATP
Major calyces are large branches of the renal pelvis
Nephron cells that respond to the concentration of filtrate are macula densa cells
One of the roles of the countercurrent mechanism in the nephron is to produce a concentration gradient that will allow the nephron to concentrate filtrate
The blood supply to the nephron is the afferent arteriole
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