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Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology 11th Edition

Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology (11th Edition)

Book Edition11th Edition
Author(s)Martini, Nath, Bartholomew
ISBN9780134452319
PublisherPearson Higher Education
SubjectBiology
Section 26-1: The organs of the urinary system function in excreting wastes and regulating body fluids
Section 26-2: Kidneys are highly vascular organs containing functional units called nephrons
Section 26-3: Different segments of the nephron form urine by filtration, reabsorption, and secretion
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Section 26-4: The glomerulus filters blood through the filtration membrane to produce filtrate; several pressures determine the glomerular fil
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Section 26-4: The glomerulus filters blood through the filtration membrane to produce filtrate; several pressures determine the glomerular fil
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Section 26-4: The glomerulus filters blood through the filtration membrane to produce filtrate; several pressures determine the glomerular fil
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Section 26-4: The glomerulus filters blood through the filtration membrane to produce filtrate; several pressures determine the glomerular fil
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Section 26-4: The glomerulus filters blood through the filtration membrane to produce filtrate; several pressures determine the glomerular fil
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Section 26-5: The renal tubule reabsorbs nutrients, ions, and water and secretes ions and wastes; the collecting system reabsorbs ions and wat
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Section 26-5: The renal tubule reabsorbs nutrients, ions, and water and secretes ions and wastes; the collecting system reabsorbs ions and wat
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Section 26-5: The renal tubule reabsorbs nutrients, ions, and water and secretes ions and wastes; the collecting system reabsorbs ions and wat
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Section 26-5: The renal tubule reabsorbs nutrients, ions, and water and secretes ions and wastes; the collecting system reabsorbs ions and wat
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Section 26-5: The renal tubule reabsorbs nutrients, ions, and water and secretes ions and wastes; the collecting system reabsorbs ions and wat
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Section 26-6: Countercurrent multiplication allows the kidney to regulate the volume and concentration of urine
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Section 26-7: Urine is transported by the ureters, stored in the bladder, and eliminated through the urethra by urinary reflexes
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Section 26-8: Age-related changes affect kidney function and urination
Section 26-9: The urinary system is one of several body systems involved in waste excretion

Chapter 26, End of Chapter, Review Questions, Exercise 25

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