The filtrate loses water passively in the descending loop and salt actively

The filtrate loses water passively in the descending

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BIOL 1106 Classwork Spring 2019 6. (1pt) Match the letters in the diagram with the following words: Juxtamedullary nephron: B Cortical nephron: A 7.(1pt) What processes in urine formation do the two types of nephrons play a primary role in? Explain the difference in function between the two. Urine Formation Table (LO 5+6) 8. (3pts/.5pt each cell) Add the missing information to the table below comparing the processes of filtration, reabsorption, and secretion during urine formation. - Location : describe where in the nephron the process occurs. - Molecules transported : indicate 2 or more of the molecules that are transported during the process. - Purpose : briefly indicate the purpose of the process. - You may add any other columns that you find helpful in understanding these processes. To add a column put the mouse above the right-most column until the cursor becomes a down arrow. Right click, choose “insert” and “insert columns to the right.” Process Location Molecules transported (at least Purpose This graded assignment is subject to the Virginia Tech Honor Code. Sharing or posting any content from this assignment, or using such shared or posted assignment content to answer assignment questions, is a violation of the Virginia Tech Honor Code. A B
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