• Physioex 8.0 Exercise 9 Completed
    .   How could you adjust the afferent or efferent radius to compensate for the effect of the reduced pressure on glomerular filtration rate and urine volumeUse the simulation to determine your answer.  >>Increase the afferent radius or decrease the efferent radius. 3.   What changes are...
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  • Renal System Physiology Physioex
    you adjust the afferent or efferent radius to compensate for the effect of reduced blood pressure on the glomerular filtration rate? Your answer: You can co nstrict or dilate them. 4. Which arteriole radius adjustment was more effective at compensating for the effect of low blood pressure on the...
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  • Physioex Renal
    EXERCISE 9:  RENAL SYSTEM PHYSIOLOGYHere is 9 got 95% Still need help on final 132 | ACTIVITY 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...
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  • Lab 9 Renal System Physiology
    . | |Describe the effect of decreasing the efferent arteriole radius on glomerular capillary pressure and filtration |By decreasing the efferent arteriole radius the | |rate...
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    efferent arteriole radius, blockage of renal tubule 14. How could you adjust the afferent or efferent radius to compensate for the effect of reduced blood pressure on glomerular filtration rate? Increase afferent diameter, decrease efferent diameter 15. What common condition is analogous to the valve...
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  • Renal System Physiology Physioex 9.0 Activity 1
    , therefore the pressure and filtration rate are also reduced. 5. Describe the effect of increasing the afferent arteriole radius on glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate. How well did the results compare with your prediction? Your answer: The Glomerular capillary pressure and...
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  • Adv. Ap
    . Glomerular filtration rate increases as afferent arteriole diameterincreases due to theincreased blood flow into the glomerulus.If the diameter of the efferent arteriole was increased, filtration pressure inthe glomeruluswould decrease, thereby decreasing glomerular filtration rate. If the radius of...
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  • Renal System Physiology
    both the afferent and efferent arteriole radius is decreased? Explain!!! (3 points)  The simultaneously implementation of both arteriole rates changing caused glomerular filtration rate and low blood pressure conditions went above the baseline value. 13. How could an increased urine volume be...
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  • Renal System
    effects on glomerular filtration rate and to see how one can compensate for the other to maintain an adequate glomerular filtration rate. I hypothesize that the afferent radius and efferent radius must be adjusted oppositely to achieve a desired filtration rate. ACTIVITY 4: Exploring the Role of...
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  • Physio ex exercise 9 activity 1
    . Describe the effect of decreasing the afferent arteriole radius on glomerular capillary pressure and filtration rate. How well did the results compare with your prediction? Your answer: When the radius of the afferent arteriole was decreased, the pressure and the filtration rate decreased 5...
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  • A and P Lab
    : 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...
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    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 rate...
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  • Activity 9 Renal Lab Notebook
    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...
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    venous return; transfusion? List the main mechanisms involved and describe how they act. Include in your answer: (i) the afferent, central nervous system and efferent pathways that mediate changes in renal sympathetic nerve activity. (Suggested time: 10 minutes) (ii) two hormonal mechanisms (Suggested...
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  • PhysioEx 9.0 Exercise 10 ANSWERS
    blood volume. 4. If you close the one way valve, pressure will increase in the Bowman's capsule and filtration rate will decrease. 5. With increased pressure and the valve closed, the filtration rate decreased but the glomerular pressure stayed the same. Urine output was zero. Activity 3: 1...
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    oppose filtration. Capillary blood pressure is pressure blood puts on the glomerular capillaries. The capillary blood pressure is around 55 mm Hg which is so high due to the large diameter of the afferent arteriole that traps blood in the glomerular capillaries. The efferent arteriole's diameter is...
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  • Nephro Kap
    Cimetidine amiloride Net Effects of Reabsorption and Secretion 2e Filtered Load=GFR xPx(amt volume of substance) Excretion=Ux(amt/volume) x V(volume/time) Ux=urine cn of substance V= urine flow rate Remember sucrose/manitol/inulin(Filtration rate=excretion) They might give you table with # to...
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  • Renal System
     the Efferent radius was increased or decreased?  If increased then Glomerular Filtration Rate would decrease  If decreased then Glomerular Filtration Rate would increase Activity 2: Effect of Pressure onGlomerular Filtration  Procedure: Increase the blood pressure supplyingthe Glomerulus...
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  • Role of the Kidney in Fluid Balance
    and collecting duct of the nephron in order to increase the amount excreted in the urine (Sherwood, 2007, p. 529). The two volume regulatory systems work to increase glomerular filtration rate (GFR) in the presence of excess fluid, in order to filter and excrete more fluid from the body per unit time...
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  • Cat Dissection Structures
    pressure)) How would extremely low blood pressure affect NFP? Decrease NFP Why? Because the glomerulus hydrostatic is lower. 8. What is Glomerular Filtration Rate (GFR)? o Volume of filtrate formed per minute by the kidneys (120–125 ml/min) What mechanisms control...
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