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Unformatted text preview: a. What enzyme is released from the kidney in response to decreased blood pressure? _______________________ b. What enzyme converts angiotensin I to angiotensin II? ______________ c. What are two effects of angiotensin II? d. How does aldosterone cause more sodium to be reabsorbed in the kidney? e. As a result, what happens to blood volume and blood pressure? _______ 6. a. A decrease in blood volume and blood pressure will lead to a/an ______________ in the sympathetic nervous system (SNS). b. This will result in a decrease ( ), and increase ( ), or no change ( ) in the following: 1. ______ Afferent arteriolar constriction 2. ______ Blood flow to the glomerulus 3. ______ Urine loss 4. ______ Renin release 7. a. Diabetes insipidus is due to ______________________________. b. What will happen to the following: 1. ______ Urine output 2. ______ Plasma sodium 3. ______ Plasma osmolarity 4. ______ Thirst...
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