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Urinary tract flow
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So what about that Urea? Urea is eliminated through the urinary tract
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Kidneys extremely important Homeostasis Detoxification
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Cortex Medulla
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Filtration
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Tubules
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Urine concentration and volume
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Blood Volume Blood Concentration Diuretic
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Urine Concentration 300 mOsM 1200 mOsM
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Collecting duct and ADH 300 mOsM 1200 mOsM
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Aldosterone
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What is normal? Can you drink more water? Can you get dehydrated?
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Kidneys in homeostasis
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Kidneys and pH regulation Acids normally accumulate in blood, so need to deal with excess H + tubules secrete H + into lumen excess H + is excreted with urine
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Kidneys and RBC production
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ESRD Damage to kidneys is fatal 40% of people with type I diabetes end up here, many other ways to damage kidneys diabetes is high blood glucose, insulin lowers
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Unformatted text preview: blood glucose levels type I is insulin dependent type II is insulin resistant Spinach Death? E. coli 0157 hemolytic uremia Protection against pathogens Bacteria Protection against pathogens Parasites Protection against pathogens Viruses Prions Resistance is favored when Antibiotic resistance A B C A B C =36 ATP = 25 ATP This is a made-up example! ? So take the full course of antibiotics! Virus is particularly tricky Virus carries (either DNA or) RNA RNA DNA reverse transcriptase Fun virus facts Viruses get less virulent Ebola virus Flu is the same virus worldwide, different variants each year...
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This note was uploaded on 06/07/2011 for the course BIO 309D taught by Professor Jessicawandelt during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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