GR - Physiology of the Kidneys IV

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Guided Reading - Physiology of the Kidneys IV 1. _________ is a nonsalt molecule that contributes to the hypertonicity of the interstitial fluid of the renal tubules. A. Urea B. Protein C. Creatinine D. Xenobiotic molecule 2. Decreased glomerular filtration rate would A. increase plasma protein clearance rate. B. increase plasma urea clearance rate. C. decrease plasma creatinine clearance rate. D. decrease plasma glucose clearance rate. 3. Neuromuscular disorders and electrocardiographic abnormalities can result from A. hypokalemia. B. excessive use of loop diuretics. C. excessive use of thiazide diuretics. D. All of the choices are correct. 4. Water permeability in the collecting duct is varied by altering the number of aquaporins present. True False 5. Tubular ultrafiltrate enters the collecting duct from the A. glomerulus. B. loop of Henle. C. distal convoluted tubule. D. proximal convoluted tubule. 6. The actions of the kidney include regulation of A. blood plasma pH. B. blood plasma volume.
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2012 for the course MCB 32 taught by Professor Smiley during the Fall '11 term at Cal Poly.

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