They both involve movement of material from the

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42.They both involve movement of material from the tubular fluid into the blood. 6 | P a g e
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Chapter 24 a) filtration. b) tubular reabsorption. c) tubular secretion. d) fenestration. e) titration 43.The endothelium of the glomerulus is made up of _________ capillaries. a) fenestrated b) continuous 44.The basement membrane of the glomerulus is composed of glycoproteins and _________, and it restricts the passage of _________. 45.Podocytes are cells with foot-like processes called pedicels. Podocytes are found in the 46.Generally, negatively charged plasma proteins are 47.Mesangial cells help keep the basement membrane clean by a) secreting emulsifying agents that dissolve trapped particles. b) engulfing macromolecules caught in its basement membrane. c) opening larger pores in the membrane so that trapped particles move accross. d) secreting antibodies that attack the molecules caught in the endothelium. 48.Blood pressure in the glomerulus is _______ than in other capillaries due to the relatively large diameter of ________ arterioles. 49.Glomerular hydrostatic pressure is the pressure of 7 | P a g e
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Chapter 24 50.The presence of proteins in the plasma tends to a) push fluid across the filtration membrane. b) draw fluid back into the glomerulus. 51.The capsular hydrostatic pressure is generally ______ than the glomerular hydrostatic pressure; increases in capsular hydrostatic pressure _________ the formation of additional filtrate. 52.Net filtration pressure is equal to the a) capsular hydrostatic pressure plus the sum of the blood colloid osmotic pressure and the glomerular hydrostatic pressure. b) glomerular hydrostatic pressure minus the sum of the blood colloid osmotic pressure and capsular hydrostatic pressure. c) capsular hydrostatic pressure minus the sum of the blood colloid osmotic pressure and glomerular hydrostatic pressure. d) blood colloid osmotic pressure minus the capsular hydrostatic pressure. e) glomerular hydrostatic pressure plus blood colloid osmotic pressure minus capsular hydrostatic pressure.
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