Human Anatomy and Physiology Study Set 1
Quiz 24: The Urinary System
The Process of Filtration Occurs at The
The process of filtration occurs at the: A) distal tubule. B) proximal tubule. C) collecting duct. D) renal corpuscle.
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What should NOT be found in filtrate? A) water B) electrolytes C) glucose D) albumin
Items reclaimed during tubular reabsorption are moved to the interstitial fluids and then to the: A) blood. B) renal pelvis. C) collecting system. D) minor calyx.
Which statement best describes the function of tubular reabsorption? A) Tubular reabsorption removes toxins from the blood that was not filtered. B) Tubular reabsorption moves items from the peritubular capillary blood into the filtrate. C) Tubular reabsorption moves blood plasma through the filtration membrane of the glomerular capillaries. D) Tubular reabsorption reclaims items from filtrate and returns them to the blood.
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