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Where does filtration predominate?
the arterial end of the capillary
What happens to BCOP as filtration occurs?
it rises
What is blood colloid osmotic pressure?
plasma osmolarity
What is the difference between CHP and BCOP called?
net filtration pressure (NFP)
What does CHP do vs. BCOP?
CHP pushes water out where BCOP draws water in
Where is NFP largest?
at the start of the capillary
Where does the pressure driven movement occur in reabsorption?
from interstitial fluid into blood capillaries