ZOO 3731 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Microvillus, Descending Limb Of Loop Of Henle, Diuretic

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Published on 26 Aug 2020
School
FIU
Department
Zoology
Course
ZOO 3731
Professor
Urinary System Human Anatomy Dr. Lisa Brinn
Group members:
Part A: List the concentric layers of connective tissue that protects and stabilizes the kidney from superficial to
deep.
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Part B:
What are the two main types of nephrons?
What are the differences and similarities between these two nephrons? (List at least 2 in each)
Differences
Similarities
Part C:
Label 11-18 in the image below.
Amanda Sanchez, Brianna Wint, Heder Garcia, Daniela Pantoja, Jenifer Alvarez
renal fascia
fibrous capsule
perinephric fat
cortical nephron and juxtamedullary nephron
- contain peritubular capillaries
- both have reabsorption and secretion
functions
- glomerulus is located in the cortex
- juxtamedullary nephrons have a longer
nephron loop
- juxtamedullary nephrons have a vasa recta
-majority of the cortical nephron is located in
the cortex
nephron
proximal convoluted tubule
distal convoluted tubule
connecting tubule/ collecting duct
renal corpuscle
nephron loop
papillary duct
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