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A&P II:Resp,urin,FEB

Resp, urinary, FEB

True/False: PO2 of the blood entering the pulmonary capillaries is less than PO2 of the alveoli. True
PCO2 in the alveoli is ____ ____ the PCO2 of blood entering the pulmonary capillaries. less than
ADH is formed in the hypothalamus & released by the _________ __________ posterior pituitary
NFP = Glomerular Blood Pressure - Capsular Hydrostatic Pressure - _______ Blood Cell Osmotic Pressure
________ secretion of aldosterone causes increased tubular reabsoprtion of K+ Increased
Renal artery -> Afferent artery -> ________ nephron
Nephrons are regulated by hormones such as antidiuretic hormone, aldosterone, and _________. parathyroid hormone
Nephron -> Glomerulus -> Efferent artery -> _________ Peritubular capillaries
Peritubular capillaries in nephron -> venule -> ________ -> inferior vena cava renal vein
Bowman's (Glomerulus) capsule -> renal tubule system: Proximal convoluted tubule -> Loop of Henle -> __________ Distal convoluted tubule
Loop of Henle -> Distal convoluted tubule -> Collecting Duct -> _________ Renal pelvis
Renal pelvis -> Ureter -> Urinary bladder -> __________ Urethra
Filtrate does not contain proteins nor _______ RBC's
Fluid in renal tubule system tubular fluid
which direction is exchange between blood in peritubular capillaries and fluid in renal tubules 2-way
return of substances from tubule fluid to blood tubular reabsorption
movement of substances from blood into tubular fluid tubular secretion
PCT secretes: H+
PCT reabsorbs: HCO,Na,Ca,Cl, glucose, urea,K H20, & _____________ other ions
DCT reabsorbs: Ca2+, Na+, & H20
DCT secretes: H+ & K+
Parathyroid hormone is released in response to low blood Ca2+
PTH released from the parathyroid gland stimulate DCT to _______ Ca2+ reabsorb
Baroreceptors in the JGA cells sense low BP
Juxtaglomerular cells secrete renin
Renin mediates conversion of angiotensinogen (plasma protein produced by the liver) to Angiotensin I
ACE converts Angiotensin I to Angiotensin II
ACE is located in the endothelium of __________ capillaries pulmonary
Angiotensin II stimulates the adrenal cortex to release aldosterone
Collecting Ducts reabsorb Na+
Aldosterone regulates the _________ of Na reabsorption
Created by: MKC