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Chapter 19 / Exercise 19-127
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24. a. What solutes are secreted at the collecting duct? b. Describe how potassium ions (K + ) are secreted from the blood into the urine.
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Summary of Filtrate Processing 25. a. What happens during early filtrate processing b. Describe the filtrate condition by the time it reaches the distal convoluted tubule. ?
c. Contrast the osmolarity of DCT filtrate and that of blood.
d. Why is the reabsorption level through the DCT called “obligatory?” e. Describe late filtrate processing .
f. What regulates late filtrate processing?

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