HW #10 - HW#10 Chpts 43 44 Chpt 43 1 The nephron of...

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HW #10: Chpts 43 & 44 Chpt 43: 1. The nephron of terrestrial vertebrates works to rid the body of wastes while maintaining osmotic balance through which three key processes ? A. secretion, reabsorption and defecation B. filtration, reabsorption and secretion C. vomiting, urinating and defecating D. absorption, secretion and defecation E. absorption, secretion and urination 2. Which of the following is NOT true of the vertebrate kidney? 3. Which of the following correctly orders the passing of fluid through the nephron of a vertebrate kidney, starting in the blood stream? 4. What mechanism(s) allow(s) for important processes that occur at the region labeled #2 (note the question is asking about the entire region shown)?
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