Quiz-RenalandUrinary - Causing the heart to pump faster b....

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Quiz – Renal/Urinary System A renal lobule consists of which of the following components? a. Glomeruli and afferent and efferent arterioles b. Glomeruli and proximal and distal convoluted tubules c. Collecting ducts and nephrons d. Loop of Henle and collecting tubules e. Nephron and collecting duct Urine passes from the Urinary (Bowman’s) space into which of the following structures? a. Collecting tubule b. Minor calyx c. Collecting duct d. Proximal convoluted tubule e. Distal convoluted tubule Blood pressure increases in response to Angiotensin II by which of the following mechanisms? a.
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Unformatted text preview: Causing the heart to pump faster b. Causing arteriovenous constriction c. Stimulating vasopressin secretion d. Increasing water uptake in collecting tubules e. Increasing renin secretion Which area of the kidney is indicated in this electron micrograph? a. Minor calyx b. Proximal tubule c. Urinary Space d. Filtration slit diaphragm e. Renal Papillae Look at the other tubules and the component epithelia and have a guess. Which of the following is indicated in this image? a. Thick descending b. Thick ascending c. Thin limb d. Vasa recta e. Collecting duct...
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