GR - Physiology of the Kidneys V

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Guided Reading - Physiology of the Kidneys V 1. A decrease in blood pressure will cause an increase in GFR through sympathetic stimulation. True False 2. The concentration of glucose in the glomerular ultrafiltrate is less than that of plasma. True False 3. People with diabetes mellitus have polyuria because A. they have inadequate amounts of ADH. B. they have greater oncotic pressure in the kidney tubules. C. they have inadequate amounts of aldosterone. D. they drink a lot of water. 4. An inadequate dietary intake of NaCl will cause A. a rise in blood volume. B. a rise in renal blood flow. C. increased renin secretion. D. decreased aldosterone secretion. 5. The collecting duct is naturally impermeable to salt but permeable to water. True False 6. Damage to the lumbar region of the spinal cord could impair micturition. True False 7. Glomerular filtration would be decreased by A. increased plasma protein concentration. B. increased glomerular filtrate protein concentration.
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