The Kidney

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  • Created on: 12-11-16 00:36
The process that takes fluid from the blood into the filtrate
Ultrafiltration
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The central part of the kidney
Pelvis
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Test for protein presence
Biuret Test
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The structure containing the Bowman's Capsule, Loop of Henle and Collecting duct
Nephron
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Type of movement in the ascending limb of the Loop of Henle
Active Transport
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A substance that cannot pass through the Bowman's Capsule
Protein
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Tissue that the Loop of Henle is located in
Medulla
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Lies between the Loop of Henle and the Collecting Duct
Distal Convuluted Tubule
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Glucose in the urine indicates what?
Diabetes
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Name given to the triangular shapes inside of the kidney
Pyramids
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Vessel that goes into the kidney
Renal Artery
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Process where water moves out of the descending limb of the loop of Henle
Osmosis
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Important toxin that we must excrete
Urea
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Outer layer of the kidney
Cortex
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Tubule which connects the kidney and the bladder
Ureter
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Vessel which goes out of the kidney
Renal Vein
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Lies between the Bowman's Capsule and the Loop of Henle
Proximal Convuluted Tubule
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The central part of the kidney

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Pelvis

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Test for protein presence

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The structure containing the Bowman's Capsule, Loop of Henle and Collecting duct

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Type of movement in the ascending limb of the Loop of Henle

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