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Week 6 Quizizz
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In the loop of Henle, the ____________ limb is permeable to water.
The thin descending limb of the loop of henle (is/is not) permeable to water.
When antidiuretic hormone levels are high, ____________ channels are inserted into the luminal membrane of the principal cells in the collecting duct.
The one countertransport mechanism in the early proximal tubule is the ____________ antiporter in the luminal membrane.
The thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle (is/is not) permeable to water.
What percentage of a normal filtered glucose load is reabsorbed in the PCT?
Typically, ___________%, of filtered bicarbonate is reabsorbed in the PCT.
The glomerular filtration barrier has how many layers?
With or without the presence of aldosterone, the area of the nephron that always reabsorbs the (most/least) amount of sodium is the PCT.
The Na+-K+-2Cl- cotransporter in the thick ascending limb of the loop of henle is inhibited by what drugs?
Between podocyte foot processes are small ____________ which are important.
(Large/small) solutes are more readily filtered across the glomerular capillary barrier.
The _______________ cells of the collecting duct are involved in sodium reabsorption, potassium secretion, and water reabsorption.
The major Starling force driving reabsorption in the PCT is the high ______________ of peritubular capillary blood.
Loss of negative charges on the glomerular capillary barrier, as seen in some diseases, will result in (increased/decreased) filtration of plasma proteins.
The ______________ tubule in the nephron reabsorbs around 67% of the filtered sodium and water.
Water permeability of the collecting duct depends on the presence of what hormone?
The ________________ cells of the DCT are involved in potassium reabsorption and hydrogen ion secretion.
The glomerular capillary barrier has (positively/negatively) charged glycoproteins on all layers of the filtration barrier.
(negatively/positively) charged solutes will be less readily filtered at the glomerular capillary barrier because of the net glycoprotein charge.
The fluid that leaves a normally functioning thick ascending limb of the loop of henle has a (higher/lower) osmolarity than blood.
The PCT causes net reabsorption of (H+/HCO3-).
The early DCT is (impermeable/permeable) to water and its permeability is not impacted by antidiuretic hormone.
The early distal tubule reabsorbs sodium via ________________ cotransporters in the luminal membrane.
Glucose, amino acids, phosphate, lactate, and citrate are reabsorbed in the PCT with ______________ (ion) as the cotransporter ion.
The ________________ cell layer of the glomerular filtration barrier contains relatively large pores; though they are small enough to prevent filtration of blood cells.
The sodium channels found in the principal cells of the nephron collecting duct are termed _________________ sodium channels.
The thin ascending limb of the loop of henle (is/is not) permeable to water.
The most significant barrier of filtration of plasma proteins in the glomerular capillary is the _______________.
The two major cell types in the late DCT and collecting ducts of the nephron are the ______________ cells and intercalated cells.
The primary transporter for sodium reabsorption in the thick ascending limb of the loop of Henle is the _____________.
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