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1. Which of the following would most likely be filtered through the glomerulus into Bowman's space?
2. In which of the following segments of the nephron is sodium NOT actively transported out of the nephron?
3. Which region of the kidney has the lowest solute concentration under normal physiological circumstances?
4. Which of the following sequences correctly shows the passage of blood through the vessels of the kidney?
5. Which of the following statements is FALSE?
6. In the nephron, amino acids enter the vasa recta via the process of:
7. On a very cold day, a man waits for over an hour at the bus stop. Which of the following structures helps his body set and maintain a normal temperature?
8. Glucose reabsorption in the nephron occurs in the:
9. Under normal physiological circumstances, the primary function of the nephron is to create urine that is:
10. Diabetic nephropathy is commonly detected by finding protein in the urine of a patient. In such a disease, where is the likely defect in the nephron?
11. A laceration cuts down into a layer of loose connective tissue in the skin. Which layer of the skin is this?
12. When the pH of the blood is high, which substance is likely to be excreted in larger quantities in the urine?
13. In which layer of the skin can the stem cells of keratinocytes be found?
14. A drug is used that prevents the conversion of angiotensin I to angiotensin II. What is a likely effect of this drug?
15. Sarin is a potent organophosphate that can be used in chemical warfare. As an inhibitor of acetylcholinesterase, sarin causes excessive buildup of acetylcholine in all synapses where it is the neurotransmitter. Which of the following symptoms would be most likely to be seen in an individual with sarin poisoning?
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