lab7 - 6. Hemoglobin 7. (a) Abnormal increase in the...

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Ex.- 9.1 1. Increase 2. Antidiuretic hormone (ADH); pituitary gland 3. Retain water and decrease osmotic pressure of the blood 4. Aldosterone 5. Angiotensin II 6. Specific gravity Ex.- 9.2 1. Inulin (large polysaccharide) 2. Urea 3. Para-aminohuppuric acid (PAH) 4. Proteins 5. Glucose 6. Inulin (large polysaccharide) 7. Para-aminohuppuric acid (PAH) 8. Urea Ex.- 9.3 1. d 2. c 3. a 4. b
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5. Leukocytes, erythrocytes, epithelial cells
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Hemoglobin 7. (a) Abnormal increase in the permeability of he glomerulus due to renal infections (b) Diabetes mellitus (c) An increase in fatty acid metabolism causing an increased production and accumulation of ketone bodies in the blood (d) An increased rate of red blood cell destruction, seen in hemolytic anemia...
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lab7 - 6. Hemoglobin 7. (a) Abnormal increase in the...

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