"How Could You Adjust The Afferent Or Efferent Radius To Compensate For The Effect Of The Reduced Pressure On Glomerular Filtration Rate And Urine Volume Use The Simulation To Determine Your Answer" Essays and Research Papers

  • How Could You Adjust The Afferent Or Efferent Radius To Compensate For The Effect Of The Reduced Pressure On Glomerular Filtration Rate And Urine Volume Use The Simulation To Determine Your Answer

    Simulating Glomerular Filtration The following questions refer to Activity 1: Investigating the Effect of Flow Tube Radius on Glomerular Filtration. 1. Describe the effect of increasing the afferent radius on glomerular filtration rate and glomerular pressure. As the afferent radius increases the glomerular filtration rate and glomerular pressure both increase the pressure in slow steps the filtration rate greatly increases. 2. Describe the effect of decreasing the efferent radius on glomerular filtration...

    Efferent arteriole, Electrolyte, Glomerulus 739  Words | 3  Pages

  • Physioex 8.0 Exercise 9 Completed

    Glomerular Filtration Activity 1:  Effect of Arteriole Diameter on Glomerular Filtration 1.   Compare this data with your baseline data.  How did increasing the afferent arteriole radius affect glomerular filtration rate? >>Increasing the afferent arteriole radius pushed the glomerular pressure, the glomerular filtration rate, and the volume of urine to be higher than the baseline data. Increasing the afferent arteriole radius increased the glomerular filtration rate.   2.   Under...

    Blood, Efferent arteriole, Electrolyte 1844  Words | 7  Pages

  • PhysioEx 9.0 Exercise 10 ANSWERS

    and regulation 2. glomerular capillaries (glomerulus) & Bowman’s capsule 3. The filtrate flows from the Bowman's capsule into the renal tubule called the proximal convoluted tubule then into the loop of Henle, and finally into the distal convoluted tubule: a. Proximal Convoluted Tubule b. Loop of Henle c. Distal Convoluted Tubule 4. When the radius of the afferent arteriole was decreased, the pressure and the filtration rate both decreased. 5. When the radius of the afferent arteriole was increased...

    Bowman's capsule, Distal convoluted tubule, Efferent arteriole 633  Words | 3  Pages

  • Renal System Physiology Physioex

    Altered Blood Pressure Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 25% by answering 1 out of 4 questions correctly. 1. If all other variables are kept constant, how does the afferent arteriole radius affect the rate of glomerular filtration (select all that apply)? Your answer : b. A decreased afferent arteriole radius will increase the rate of glomerular filtration. Correct answer: c. An increased afferent arteriole radius will increase the rate of glomerular filtration. d. A decreased afferent arteriole...

    Artery, Blood, Efferent arteriole 943  Words | 3  Pages

  • Renal System Physiology Physioex 9.0 Activity 1

    Activity 1: The Effect of Arteriole Radius on Glomerular Filtration Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You have not completed the Pre-lab Quiz. 03/31/14 page 1 Experiment Results Predict Question: Predict Question 1: What will happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate if you decrease the radius of the afferent arteriole? Your answer : b. Both pressure and filtration rate will decrease. Predict Question 2: What will happen to the glomerular capillary pressure and filtration...

    Distal convoluted tubule, Efferent arteriole, Glomerulus 596  Words | 5  Pages

  • PhysioEx 9 Review Sheet

    M09_ZAO2177_01_SE_CH09.QXD 3/4/11 2:08 AM Page 143 R E V I E W S H E E T EXERCISE NAME ________________________________ LAB TIME/DATE _______________________ A C T I V I T Y 1 9 Renal System Physiology The Effect of Arteriole Radius on Glomerular Filtration 1. What are two primary functions of the kidney? ____________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2. What are the components...

    Efferent arteriole, Glomerulus, Kidney 1071  Words | 4  Pages

  • Physioex Renal

    1:  The Effect of Arteriole Radius on Glomerular Filtration   Answers 1.   According to your lab manual, in humans the glomerular filtration rate (GFR) ranges from _____ to _____ ml/minute.   80 140 2.   When the radii of both the afferent arteriole and efferent arteriole were set at 0.45mm, the GFR was approximately ______ ml/minute. a.   40 b.   60           c.   80 d.   120   C. 3.   True or False:  Drinking a lot of caffeine (coffee or cola) leads to an increased urine volume.  This might...

    Blood, Blood pressure, Efferent arteriole 2267  Words | 7  Pages

  • Physio ex exercise 9 activity 1

    1: The Effect of Arteriole Radius on Glomerular Filtration Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions correctly. 1. There are approximately __________ nephrons in a healthy human kidney. You correctly answered: c. 1 × 106 2. Which of the following lists the anatomical structures in the correct order as they are encountered by the blood and filtered fluid during the process of filtration? You correctly answered: d. afferent arteriole, glomerular capillary...

    Bowman's capsule, Glomerulus, Kidney 656  Words | 4  Pages

  • A and P Lab

    will learn how the kidney processes blood and produces urine. Activity 1: Investigating the Effect of Flow Tube Radius on Glomerular filtration. Data/Results: Questions: Please answer the questions in complete sentences and explain your answers. 1. What effect does increasing the afferent radius have on glomerular filtration rate and pressure? Both the rate and the pressure increase as you increase the afferent radius. 2. What effect will decreasing the efferent radius have on glomerular filtration...

    Blood sugar, Diabetes, Diabetes insipidus 1150  Words | 4  Pages

  • Renal System Physiology

    Instructions: Answer the following questions completely to receive full credit. This assignment is to be computer generated. NO EXCPETIONS!!! Provide a cover page (all pertinent information) for ALL assignments. Make sure to CHECK SPELLING for ALL assignments. NO LATE ASSIGNMENTS WILL BE ACCEPTED. This worksheet is worth 54 points. 1. Differentiate between the afferent and the efferent arterioles. (2 points)  Blood supply to the glomerulus o afferent arteriole  feed the glomerular capillary bed...

    Blood, Blood vessel, Efferent arteriole 1112  Words | 4  Pages

  • Activity 9 Renal Lab Notebook

    lab we will learn how the kidney processes blood and produces urine. Activity 1: Investigating the Effect of Flow Tube Radius on Glomerular filtration. Data/Results: Please submit a chart or type your data. Questions: Please answer the questions in complete sentences and explain your answers. 1. What effect does increasing the afferent radius have on glomerular filtration rate and pressure? 2. What effect will decreasing the efferent radius have on glomerular filtration rate? Summary: In...

    Diabetes mellitus, Electrolyte, Glomerulus 690  Words | 3  Pages

  • Blood and Fluid Flow Rate

    Activity 4: Studying the Effect of Blood Pressure on Blood Flow Rate Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 4 out of 4 questions correctly. 1. Pressure changes in the cardiovascular system primarily result from You correctly answered: b. changes in the force of contraction of the heart. 2. What is the driving force for blood flow? You correctly answered: d. pressure gradient 3. Which of the following is directly proportional to blood flow? You correctly answered: e. blood...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 442  Words | 4  Pages

  • Guyton Renal Tubular Filtration

    Chapter 26 Multiple Fxns of Kidneys in Homeostasis 1. Excretion of metabolic waste products and foreign chemicals 2. Regulation of Water and electrolyte balance 3. Regulation of Arterial pressure --long term: excreting variable amounts of sodium and water --short term: secreting vasoactive factors or substances such as rennin 4. Regulation of Acid-Base balance --the only means of eliminating sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid 5. Regulation of Erythrocyte Production ...

    Glomerulus, Kidney, Nephron 1252  Words | 5  Pages

  • Physi

    compare the rate at which the glomeruli filter a substance (water or a solute) with the rate at which the kidneys excrete it into the urine • The “virtual” volume of plasma from which a substance is completely removed by the kidney in a given amount of time (usually a minute). • Measurements indicate/evaluate renal function • Used clinically to estimate renal plasma flow (RPF) and glomerular filtration rate (GFR) Px = plasma concentration of X; RPF = renal plasma flow Ux = urine concentration...

    Electrolyte, Glomerulus, Kidney 389  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab 9 Renal System Physiology

    found in your lab manual and record your answers in the spaces below. Submit this completed document by the assignment due date found in the Syllabus. Rename this document to include your first and last name prior to submitting, e.g. Exercise9_JohnSmith.doc. Please make sure that your answers are typed in RED. (You may delete these instructions before submission.) Grading: True/False, Multiple-Choice, and Fill-in-the-blank type questions will be worth 1 point each whereas Short-answer type questions...

    Distal convoluted tubule, Efferent arteriole, Glomerulus 2008  Words | 11  Pages

  • How Does Volume Affect Heart Rate?

    I. Title – The Effect of Volume on Heart Rate II. Problem/Research question – Your heart rate can be affected and changed using a variety of things. One thing that can cause your heart rate to change is the volume of audio. How does the volume of an audio track affect your heart rate? If the volume of an audio track is increased, the number of hearts beats per minute will increase as well. III. Variables – ❖ Independent Variable ➢ The volume of the audio track ❖ Dependent...

    Beats per minute, Cardiology, Central nervous system 1038  Words | 5  Pages

  • Variables Affecting Urine Output and Solute Concentration

     Variables Affecting Urine Output and Solute Concentration BIOL 204 505 Anatomy and Physiology II Author: Lab Partners: November 29, 2013 Purpose Three experiments were performed to determine the effect on Specific Gravity, NaCl Concentrations and Urine Output with the variables consisting of consuming water, salty chips, sports drink, diet and regular soda, and a control group which consumed nothing. Results Baseline Values and Chemstick Analysis Observation/Test ...

    Blood, Bone marrow, Kidney 1059  Words | 5  Pages

  • Fluid Dynamics and Flow Rate

    Cardiovascular Dynamics: Activity 1: Studying the Effect of Blood Vessel Radius on Blood Flow Rate Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions correctly. 1. Blood flow is measured in You correctly answered: b. ml/min. 2. Which of the following has the greatest effect on blood flow? You correctly answered: a. blood vessel radius 3. Which of the following would not result in a decrease in the blood vessel radius? You correctly answered: c. vasodilation 4. The...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 635  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effect of temperature, concentration, and pressure on equilibrium Lab Actvity

    Lab activity 1: Effect of temperature, concentration, and pressure on equilibrium Introduction Our ongoing discussion has been on systems at dynamic equilibrium: for a reversible reaction, the rate of the forward reaction is equal to the rate of the reverse reaction. What happens if equilibrium is disturbed? In this lab activity, we are going to examine the effect of changing reaction conditions on the position of equilibrium. Part I: Effect of temperature We will consider the equilibrium...

    Chemical equilibrium, Gas, Thermodynamics 554  Words | 4  Pages

  • Pressure Moment

    Medway LEA Advisory Service Speeding up/pressure and moments 9K & 9L 27 min 27 marks Q1-L3, Q2-L4, Q3-L4, Q4-L5, Q5-L6 1. (a) E D A B C 1 all five letters must be in the correct order (b) to measure volume accept ‘to make sure they used the same 1 volume of water in each beaker’ accept ‘to measure amount of water’ accept ‘to measure the volume of salt or sugar’ ...

    Carbon dioxide, Heart rate, Measurement 1029  Words | 6  Pages

  • How Does Chronic Kidney Disease Affect the Level of Organization?

    HOW DOES DISEASE AFFECT THE LEVEL OF ORGANIZATION? * THE KIDNEY There are two kidneys, each about the size of a fist, located on either side of the spine at the lowest level of the rib cage. Each kidney contains up to a million functioning units called nephrons. A nephron consists of a filtering unit of tiny blood vessels called a glomerulus attached to a tubule. When blood enters the glomerulus, it is filtered and the remaining fluid then passes along the tubule. In the tubule, chemicals...

    Blood, Chronic kidney disease, Erythropoietin 1755  Words | 6  Pages

  • PEX 05 05

    Studying the Effect of Blood Vessel Radius on Pump Activity Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 5 out of 5 questions correctly. 1. The heart is resting during You correctly answered: c. ventricular diastole. 2. The right side of the heart pumps blood You correctly answered: d. to the lungs. 3. The layer of the blood vessel that is stimulated by the autonomic nervous system is You correctly answered: b. smooth muscle. 4. In the experiment, the pump simulates You correctly answered:...

    Artery, Blood, Blood vessel 505  Words | 4  Pages

  • Bio 169

    below showing all parts of the nephron: Glomerular (Bowman’s) capsule proximal convoluted tubule loop of henle (both descending and ascending limb) distal convoluted tubule collecting duct (both cortical and medullary sections) 7. The renal corpuscle consists of two parts: glomerular capillaries and the Bownan’s capsule. A portion of the plasma is filtered into the capsular space due to the hydrostatic pressure of the blood. 8. The filtration membrane consists of fenestrated capillary...

    Collecting duct system, Distal convoluted tubule, Glomerulus 1122  Words | 5  Pages

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    start by predicting how many sick days will be reported when you run the Kold disease through a medium-sized population, and record your prediction in the data table. In this first run-through, we'll assume that the population does not move around the field; they interact with their neighbors, but do not travel long distances. Make sure the tableau is set to virgin and run the simulator to 100 days (click on Run button) three times and answer the following: 1. Do you get the exact same...

    Demography, Epidemiology, Immune system 1933  Words | 6  Pages

  • Mbbs

    A B Pgc Ppt GFR = Kf (net filtration pressure) = Kf (Pgc - Pbc - *gc ) Pgc *gc af ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ef Pbc Kf - water permeability - total surface area for filtration GFR= 120 ml/min ? liters/day Mesangial cells ECF , (TBW, 42 liters) PeeSS RBF? Arthur Vander When renal sympathetic nerve is stimulated, the glomerular capillary hydrostatic pressure A. will increase B. will decrease C. may or may not decrease D. I don’t like Starling D. this question stimulates my para-sympathetic...

    Glomerulus, Kidney, Kidney anatomy 740  Words | 7  Pages

  • Gas Pressure and Volume Relationship

    Gas Pressure and Volume Relationships Exp. E-1A A. Obtain a pressure-measuring device as indicated by your lab instructor. Obtain a 60 mL syringe, fill it with air, and connect the syringe to the gas-measuring device as indicated in the figure. Test your apparatus for gas leaks. If you can't eliminate all leaks, see your lab instructor. B. If necessary, calibrate your gas-measuring device as indicated by your lab instructor. Fill your syringe to the largest volume mark on the syringe and reconnect...

    Atmosphere, Atmospheric pressure, Bar 569  Words | 4  Pages

  • Use of Fea Siemens Nx 7.5

    Targets: * Describe the steps involved in creating the preliminary FE model and why it is necessary. * Show the development of the final FE model including vague step-by-step instructions. * Describe the application of the final FE model and how it can be beneficial in its purpose. Brief (Provided In Assessment 1) A uniform Steel flat bar (material Modulus of Elasticity 200 GN/m2, Poisson’s Ratio 0.3) of width W 400 mm and a length of 4000 mm is restrained as appropriate at one end and...

    Elasticity, Finite element method, Materials science 1362  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nephron System

    As long as you are alive, your body will constantly metabolize organic molecules and produce waste products. If you can not get rid of these metabolic waste products, they will accumulate to toxic levels and poison your body. The urinary system is very important because it perform the essential function of getting rid of these metabolic wastes. Main Structures of the Urinary System The main structures that make up the urinary system are two kidneys (contains nephrons), two ureters, one bladder,...

    Blood, Distal convoluted tubule, Glomerulus 1418  Words | 6  Pages

  • How Long Term Alcohol Abuse Affects the Brain

    How Long Term Alcohol Abuse Affects the Brain One in every thirteen adults suffer from alcoholism today in the United States alone (Connery 1). This is just one of many devastating truths about alcoholism. Available information on alcohol is abundant and includes not only statistics, but the differences between an alcoholic’s brain and a healthy adult’s brain, the negative affects alcohol has on the brain, and how to prevent those effects. Many people do not understand what, exactly, alcohol...

    Alcohol, Alcohol abuse, Alcoholic beverage 1883  Words | 6  Pages

  • Pulse Rate

    the body brought on by exercise How to take your own pulse (heart rate) - Individuals can check their pulse by counting how many times the heart beats in a minute. This is known as the heart rate. The heart rate can vary as it does depend on what an individual is doing; an example can be the heart rate will be slower if you’re having a nap but if you’re playing a sport it will be faster. You can find your own pulse in places where an artery passes close to your skin such as the wrist or neck. The...

    Artery, Blood, Breathing 1725  Words | 4  Pages

  • Glomerular Filtration Rate

    include • Regular clinical and laboratory assessment (see table overleaf) • Advice on smoking, weight, exercise, salt & alcohol intake • Cardiovascular prophylaxis: if risk >20% at 10 years consider - aspirin if BP 100 mg/mmol - include ACEI or ARB if urine PCR >100 mg/mmol or - if diabetes and microalbuminuria present + check creatinine and potassium - before starting and - 2 weeks after start and - after each dose change + if creatinine increases by >20% or GFR falls by >15% - repeat with potassium...

    Chronic kidney disease, Dialysis, Hypertension 553  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Urinary System

    Urinary System is a group of organs in the body concerned with filtering out excess fluid and other substances from the bloodstream. The substances are filtered out from the body in the form of urine. Urine is a liquid produced by the kidneys, collected in the bladder and excreted through the urethra. Urine is used to extract excess minerals or vitamins as well as blood corpuscles from the body. The Urinary organs include the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. The Urinary system works with the...

    Blood, Glomerulus, Kidney 1971  Words | 6  Pages

  • Phy3171 Practice Exam 2009

    questions are from past papers, some are on this years and some I’ll use in the future. ________________________________________________________________________ SECTION ONE: LONG ANSWER QUESTION (Suggested time: 60 minutes) Answer the following TWO (2) questions (questions 1 and 2). Answer each question in a SEPARATE answer booklet. *************************************************************************************** QUESTION 1 Answer ONE of EITHER (A) or (B) BUT NOT BOTH (Suggested time: 30 minutes) ...

    Artery, Atherosclerosis, Blood 855  Words | 4  Pages

  • Study Guide for Anatomy & Physiology

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    Blood, Digestion, Glomerulus 2366  Words | 7  Pages

  • Advice on Links Simulation

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  • Volume and Data Table

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    Chemical element, Density, Length 1265  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Rule of Three

    ` Project 3.4.3: The Blood/Urine Connection Introduction Water is obtained from food, drink, and from reactions that occur in the body. The kidneys process and balance the amount of water that enters your system with the amount that is released. The digestive system helps rid the body of solid wastes, but some of the wastes in the blood are the remnants of the digestion of food products. For example, when amino acids are broken down by the body, ammonia (NH3) is formed. This product is...

    Distal convoluted tubule, Electrolyte, Glomerulus 1629  Words | 6  Pages

  • PEX 05 07

    Cardiovascular Conditions Lab Report Pre-lab Quiz Results You scored 100% by answering 4 out of 4 questions correctly. 1. Which of the following could cause an increase in peripheral resistance in the blood vessel? You correctly answered: b. atherosclerosis 2. Which structures in the heart ensure that one-way flow occurs? You correctly answered: d. valves 3. Which of the following might be seen in both the diseased heart and the athlete's heart? You correctly answered: c. thicker myocardium 4. The type...

    Aortic insufficiency, Aortic valve stenosis, Artery 555  Words | 4  Pages

  • Endocrine System Physiology: Computer Simulation

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    Adrenocorticotropic hormone, Cortisol, Cushing's syndrome 850  Words | 5  Pages

  • Urinary Anatomy Lab Kober

    4016 Lab – Urinary System Anatomy Remember to use your APR to identify urinary system anatomy! Activity 1 – Renal and Urinary Anatomy Type the number of the following structures using the numbered lines in the diagram in the lab book: _8__ abdominal aorta _2__ hilum of the kidney _3__ inferior vena cava _7__ kidney _1__ renal artery _6__ renal vein _9__ ureter _5__ urethra _4__ urinary bladder Type the number of the following structures using the numbered lines in the diagram...

    Kidney, Kidney anatomy, Nephron 440  Words | 3  Pages

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