Unformatted text preview: apparatus, angiotensin II, aldosterone, renin, atrial natriuretic factor. Knowledge goals: List an example of an osmoconformer and an osmoregulator. Be able to discuss the differences between salt and fresh water osmoregulation. Which animals produce ammonia, urea, and uric acid? What are the differences among these three forms of nitrogenous waste? Describe the basics of a tubular excretory system. Be prepared to label the human excretory system at all 4 levels. Discuss the five steps that a filtrate goes through from blood to urine within the kidney. Describe how solute gradients allow the concentration of urine in the human kidney. Be able to draw a feedback loop of hormonal control of the kidney in humans. Discuss kidney adaptations in the animal kingdom....
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- Spring '10
- Nephron, renal pelvis, renal medulla, Renal cortex, solute gradients