Presentation Summary : Production of urine by the mammalian kidney Overview of the urinary system What urine is How it is formed Control of urine formation Why do kidneys produce urine?
Source : http://www.hartnell.edu/faculty/awright/powerpoint/b11urinary.ppt
Presentation Summary : Urine Formation-3 steps What controls the urinary system? -It is mostly constant but may need to increase or decrease Renin-angiotensin system (controls ADH and ...
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Presentation Summary : ... Urine Formation: Glomerular Filtration First process occurs in renal corpuscles Fluid part of the blood is forced from glomerulous into Bowman’s capsule ...
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Presentation Summary : Urinary system: Renal function Outline Functions Anatomy Urine formation: - Filtration - Reabsorption - Proximal Convoluted Tubule (PCT) - Loop of Henle - Distal ...
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Presentation Summary : Urine Formation Urine Formation Urine Formation occurs as a series of three steps: Filtration Reabsorption Secretion Filtration Filtration: the movement of fluids ...
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Presentation Summary : Each kidney contains approximately 1.2 million nephrons Urine Formation The kidneys filter the body’s entire plasma volume 60 times each day.
Source : http://www2.sunysuffolk.edu/smithpr/Web_site/Bio_132_files/Urinary%20System.ppt
Presentation Summary : Urinary System I: Kidneys and Urine Formation Functions of the Urinary System Organs of the Urinary System The Kidney Coverings and Regions Blood Flow
Source : http://facweb.northseattle.edu/estavney/Bio242/Lecture%20PowerPoints/9a%20Urinary%20SysI-%20KidneyUrine.ppt
Presentation Summary : Mechanism of urine forming The Nephron Is the Functional Unit of the Kidney Each kidney in the human contains about 1 million nephrons, each capable of forming urine.
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Presentation Summary : ... transport in the TAL Urine Concentration via Countercurrent Multiplication Roles of the Different Nephron Regions in Urine Formation Proximal Convoluted ...
Source : http://faculty.spokanefalls.edu/InetShare/AutoWebs/GaryB/243/Urinary%20system.ppt
Presentation Summary : Basic Processes of Urine Formation. Filtration. Blood pressure . Water and solutes across glomerular capillaries . Reabsorption. The removal of water and solutes from ...
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Presentation Summary : ... & formation of urine Regulation of Blood Pressure Juxtaglomerular apparatus RAA system Renin Angiotensin Aldosterone Urine formation Filtration Occurs in ...
Source : http://www.eacfaculty.org/rrichman/HCE%20240%20Quizzes%20and%20PPW/PathophysUrinary.ppt
Presentation Summary : Urine Formation II Proximal convoluted tubule and Peritubular capillary Na+ goes down gradient and brings glucose, amino acids, etc. back into blood stream ...
Source : http://isu.indstate.edu/~jowhitak/241L7.ppt
Presentation Summary : Anatomy of the Urinary System Kidneys (urine formation) Lower Urinary Tract Ureters (2) Bladder (1) Urethra (1) (urine collection, storage, excretion)
Source : http://mcb.berkeley.edu/courses/mcb135e/kidney%20slides.ppt
Presentation Summary : Filtration: the first phase in urine formation Briefly compare the composition of blood plasma and of urinary filtrate as it enters the proximal convoluted tubule.
Source : http://www.biol.wwu.edu/lapsansk/348/13_Urinary.ppt
Presentation Summary : Chapter 23 The Urinary System Functions of the urinary system Anatomy of the kidney Urine formation glomerular filtration tubular reabsorption tubular secretion
Source : http://www.mhhe.com/biosci/ap/saladin/saladin3eppt/saladin3eppt/chapt23_lecture.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... Metabolism Formation and transport of urine The kidneys are retroperitoneal Internal anatomy of the kidney Blood and nerve supply to the kidneys Kidneys ...
Source : http://www.hartnell.edu/faculty/awright/powerpoint/bio5kidney.ppt
Presentation Summary : URINE FORMATION. STAGES IN URINE FORMATION: 1.Filtration. 2.Reabsorption. 3.Secretion. Nephron is the functional unit of the kidney where urine is formed.
Source : http://www.napavalley.edu/people/abooks/Documents/Medical%20Terminology/Urinary%20system%20Chapter%2012.pptx
Presentation Summary : Urine Formation Urine Composition Urine Elimination After forming in the nephrons, urine passes from the collecting ducts to the renal papillae, ...
Source : http://www.mesacc.edu/~pamharrison/Bio160/LectureChapter17.ppt
Presentation Summary : Urinary System As the Urine Flows Excretion- removing nitrogenous wastes, certain salts and excess water from blood. Maintain acid-base balance Secrete waste products ...
Source : http://www.robeson.k12.nc.us/cms/lib6/NC01000307/Centricity/Domain/550/Urinary_System.ppt
Presentation Summary : Describe the flow of urine from formation to excretion. What is the functional unit of the urinary system? What does it do?
Source : http://home.portervillecollege.edu/eKeele/Med-surg%20P010B/Lecture%209%20Urinary.pptx
Presentation Summary : Urine Formation. Tubular reabsorption is the reabsorption of filtrate by the kidneys which is returned to circulation. It is the process by which water & dissolved ...
Source : http://www.wbpracnsg.com/courses/1/PPT24Chapter24UrinarySystem.pptx
Presentation Summary : Causes of anuria: Sever Renal Defect and loss of urine formation mechanism. Due to the presence of stone or tumor. Post transfusion hemolytic reaction.
Source : http://site.iugaza.edu.ps/amalislam/files/URINE-ANALYSIS.ppt
Presentation Summary : ... the process of urine formation helps maintain the normal composition, volume, and pH of both blood and body fluids by removing wastes and excess substances ...
Source : http://ma116.files.wordpress.com/2008/05/urinary-system.ppt