2008 Fall Bio 328 Kidney Questions

2008 Fall Bio 328 Kidney Questions - Prof. Barbara Rosati...

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Prof. Barbara Rosati has started teaching BIO328 Renal Physiology in Fall 2008. Previous to that date, Prof. John Cabot taught this topic. Please keep this in mind when reviewing renal questions in sample exams from 2007 and earlier years. The purpose of this file is to give you an idea of how Prof. Rosati’s questions on Renal Physiology look like. The questions below are NOT, in any way, SUFFICIENT to prepare you for the exam. Success in the exam depends strongly on the time you dedicate to study all of the material presented in class and summarized in the notes. It is strongly suggested that you FIRST study the material and THEN try to answer the sample questions below, and not conversely. This is because there are several concepts covered during the lecture that do not appear in the questions below, but could be tested for in future exams and more importantly, are necessary for you to understand Renal Physiology. 1. Functions of the Nephron. a. The excreted amount of a substance is given by the filtered amount minus the amount reabsorbed plus the amount secreted. b.
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