10-31-07 - BIO 311D Function of human kidney water back to...

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BIO 311D 31/10/2007 09:02:00 Function of human kidney water back to circulatory system by osmosis o the osmotic concentration gradient of salts produced by the loop of  Henle water comes out of the tubule and into the capillary bed antidiuretic hormone (ADH) circulates in blood o can increase the permeability to water (distal tubule and collecting duct  region) more water reabsorbed along loop of Henle, it is no longer permeable to water after the  U-shaped turn  Reabsorbtion Hormone-induced Adjustments ADH: (antidiuretic hormone o increases water reabsorbtion o distal tubule o ? o ? o ? o ? Arterial pressure Artificial kidney Key terms Video—kidney Video—reabsorption and secretion Video—hormones and the kidney
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ANIMALS: THE NERVOUS SYSTEM Neurons and connection of neurons Outline Key concepts nervous systems are composed of neurons
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course BIO 311D taught by Professor Reichler during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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10-31-07 - BIO 311D Function of human kidney water back to...

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