chapter20 Integrative Physiology II Fluid and Electrolyte Balance

Chapter20 Integrative Physiology II Fluid and Electrolyte Balance

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Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) The primary route for water loss from the body is the __________ system. A) respiratory B) urinary C) digestive D) integumentary E) cardiovascular 2) Kidneys regulate A) water loss. B) water gain. C) A and B 3) The hormone that directly controls water excretion by the kidneys is A) ADH. B) aldosterone. C) epinephrine. D) ANP. E) angiotensin. 4) The hormone that regulates water excretion by the kidneys A) decreases water permeability throughout the kidney tubules. B) increases water permeability throughout the kidney tubules. C) decreases water permeability in only certain portions of the kidney tubules. D) increases water permeability in only certain portions of the kidney tubules. 5) The primary osmoreceptors are located in the A) pons. B) kidney. C) stomach. D) hypothalamus. E) medulla. 6) Juxtaglomerular cells in the nephron secrete A) angiotensinogen. B) angiotensin I. C) aldosterone. D) renin. E) angiotensin converting enzyme. 7) ACE converts A) renin to angiotensinogen. B) angiotensinogen to angiotensin I. C) angiotensin I to angiotensin II. D) angiotensin II to aldosterone. E) renin to aldosterone. 1
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8) Stimuli for the activation of the RAAS pathway include A) low blood pressure in arterioles in the nephron. B) a
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Chapter20 Integrative Physiology II Fluid and Electrolyte Balance

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