GR - Physiology of the Kidneys I

GR - Physiology of the Kidneys I - Guided Reading -...

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Guided Reading - Physiology of the Kidneys I 1. In response to alkalosis A. the kidney maximally reabsorbs bicarbonate. B. the kidney excretes bicarbonate. C. excess H + enters the tubular filtrate. D. tubular carbonic anhydrase is inhibited. 2. The minimum urine volume needed to excrete metabolic wastes produced by the body is called the A. renal plasma threshold. B. renal autoregulation. C. obligatory water loss. D. renal transport minimum. 3. The kidneys provide short term adjustments to maintain body pH. True False 4. The main function of the kidneys is the regulation of the intracellular fluid. True False 5. The average glomerular filtration rate is equal to A. 180 L/day. B. 5.5 L/min. C. 100 mmHg/hour. D. 8 mg/hour. 6. The guarding reflex prevents voiding. True False 7. The guarding reflex allows the urinary bladder to fill by A. inhibiting parasympathetic stimulation of the detrusor muscle. B. stimulating sympathetic nerves to the external urethral sphincter to contract.
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