BSC2011 - Optional Discussion Section Slides 3

BSC2011 - Optional Discussion Section Slides 3 - Week Three...

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Week Three Discussion Matt Salomon [email protected] . edu Office hours period 4 Tues/Fri In room 3152 McCarty A
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Week three review • Water balance • Stress response • Reproduction • Development
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• Which of the following is NOT a normal response to increased bloody osmolarity? • Increased permeability of the collecting duct water. • Increased thirst. • Release of ADH by pituitary gland. Production of more dilute urine. • Reduced urine production.
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Water balance Aldosterone released by adrenal cortex • Stimulated either by the stimulating hormone ACTH or angiotensin II • Increases sodium and water reabsorption in distal tubules • Increases blood volume and pressure
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A clinical condition known as diabetes insipidus results in the production of dilute urine. Which of the following is consistent with this condition? A high concentration of sodium in the urine.
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2010 for the course BSC 2011 taught by Professor Haas during the Fall '08 term at University of Florida.

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