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    Explain what happens to Na + concentration in the nephron when GFR increases.

    Sodium concentration in the filtrate increases when GFR increases; it will decrease when GFR decreases.

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Questions & Answers

What is anatomy !?
Arun Reply
the study of different parts of body to discover situation structure and economy
Aurelia
Anatomy is a study of structure of the body parts and it's consistents. Anatomy is a Greek word which means to cut up
Asma
Which book is perfect for anatomy ? among BD , Vishram , Gray's !?
Arun
iama Student of 1st year
Arun
Ashalata Anatomy text book
Johanna
The study of various body structures and their relationship with one another
Onwochie
Ross and Wilson's anatomy textbook
Onwochie
Anatomy is the study of human structure, functions and other relative organs in the system
Ayorinde
ross and willson book
Tifu
the study of structure unite of body
Faisal
thanks to all
Arun
Does anyone Read A.K dutta?
Arun
refer to the study of human body structure
SAID
which nerve orginates from pons
Kripa Reply
trigeminal nerve
madhuri
demand and supply rules
jamac Reply
compative demand and supply
jamac
compare demand and supply
jamac
what are simple epithelial tissues
Ushie Reply
is a type of tissue which covers the external and internal part of the body
Fatou
more information would be better understanding.
Tasha
what is platelets
Lilian Reply
platelet is also known as thrombocyte.thrombo means clot.it is a formed element of blood formed from fragment of megakaryocyte surrounded by plasma membrane in the redbone marow
Adeyemo
what is diabetes insipidus
namrata Reply
it is an infection due to less or no secretion of ADH characterized by excretion of dilute urine
Meshack
Infection? I don't think any form of diabetes, whether it's mellitus or insipidus, is caused by an infection.
Matias
ya
Akanyijuka
it is the disorder of salt & water metabolism
Emma
diabetes inspidus is a condition were the liver can't produce insulin to convert the excess sugar to glycogen.
mangs
sorry that is for diabetes mellitus
mangs
what is septal cartilage
Arthur Reply
I don't understand please
Esther Reply
hey
Austine
good evening boss
Austine
Evening
Esther
good evening
Melissa
evening
Vitus
hi
Rodgers
good morning
Aurelia
hello
Helsa
you guys are from ?
Aurelia
Philippines
Helsa
im from india
Aurelia
Hello
Amos
why
Sami
wat
Rodgers
what's that
Gift
what's the medulla?
alhussiney Reply
The medulla oblongata or simply medulla is a long stem-like structure which makes up the lower part of the brainstem. It is anterior and partially inferior to the cerebellum
Ludmila
define bone in simple terms
Mhoses Reply
bones are made up by collagen and calcium phosphate
Aurelia
yes
Confidence
Bones are the hard large calcareous connective tissue of which the adult skeleton of most vertebrates is chiefly composed
Olalekan
Bone is the substance that forms skeleton
Frances
good morning
Mrinal
Skelton muscles is any disorder of calcium
Mrinal
Bones protect the various organs of the body
Celina
Bone is a hard strong and durable type of connective tissue
Bkv
bone is a hard, calcareous connective tissue which gives structural support to the body and helpless in its locomotion!
Divya
It also is the main site for synthesis of the RBCs
Divya
thanks for your answers
Mhoses
A diagram of epithelial tissue
Emmanuel Reply
What does the urinary regulate blood pressure
Jennifer Reply
functions of melatonin
marion Reply
d. inversely proportional
John Reply
Airway resistance in the human lung is? a. Greatest in the generation of distal bronchioles in healthy people because these airways have the smallest radii b. Not increased during a forced expiration in a healthy subject c. Decreased when breathing through the mouth d. Inversely proportional
Maryam Reply

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Source:  OpenStax, Anatomy & Physiology. OpenStax CNX. Feb 04, 2016 Download for free at http://legacy.cnx.org/content/col11496/1.8
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