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Trace visit to the kidney and leave
1.Renal artery
2.segmental art.
3.lobar art.
4.interlobar Art
5.arcuate art
6.interlobular art.
7.afferent arteriole
8.glomerulus
9.efferent arteriole
10.desc vasal recta(JMN)
11.peritubular capillaries(true caps)
12.asc vas recta(JMN)
13.interlobular vein
14.arcuate vein
15.interlobar vein
16.renal vein
17.IFC
Trace blood to kidney leave blood & in urine?
1.Renal Art
2.segmental art
3.lobar art
4.interlobar art
5.arcuate art
6.interlobular art
7.afferent arteriole
8.glomerulus
9.bowman's capsule
10.PCT
11.desc LOH
12.Asc LOH
13.DCT
14.CT
15.Renal pyramid
16.papilla
17.minor calyx
18.major calyx
19.renal pelvis
20.ureter
21.bladder
22.urethra
23&24.internal & external sphincters
25.down the drain
Trace a molecule of glucose to be saved though the kidneys
1.Renal art
2.segmental art
3.lobar art
4.interlobar art
5.arcuate art
6.interlobular art
7.afferent arteriole
8.glomerulus
9.bowman's capsule
10.PCT
11.ICF
12.ISF
13.IVF
14.peritublular cap
15.asc vasa recta (JMN)
16.Interlobular vein
17.arcuate vein
18.interlobar vein
19.renal vein
20.IVC
Where is the only place glucose can be reabsorbed in the kidneys?
PCT is the only place glucose will be reabsorb and it has a Tm- transport 375mg/min maximum
Name substrate & product for specific intestinal enzyme?
Enterokinase
Enterokinase-trypsinogen-trysin
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?peptidase
Peptidase-proteins-polypeptides
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?


sucrase
sucrase-sucrose- hexoses
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
maltase
maltase-maltose- hexoses
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
lactase
lactase-lactose-hexoses
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?

lipase
lipase-fats-fatty acid/glycerol
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
amylase
amylase-starch-maltose
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
nuclease
nuclease-nucleic acid-nucleotide
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
aminopeptidase
aminopeptidase is a protein-polypeptide-sm pp/amino acid
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
dipeptidase
dipeptidase- dipeptides- amimo acids
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
nucleotidase
nucleotidase(P-B-S)-nucleotides- nucleiosides(B-S)
Name specific substrate and Product of intestinal enzyme?
nucleosidase
nucleiosidase(base & sugar)-nucleosides- nitogen base/pentoses(separate base & sugar)
Name substrate & product of pancreatic enzyme?
Trypsin
Trypsin -proteins substrate
produces
-polypeotides, stim.
-chymotrypsinogen/procarboxypeptidase
Name substrate & product for pancreatic enzyme?
Chymotrypsin
Chymotrypsin-proteins-polypeptides
Name pancreatic substrate & product for enzyme?
Carboxypeptidase
Carboxypeptidase-polypeptides
product=smaller pp/amino acids
Name pancreatic substrate & product for enzyme?
lipase
lipase-lipids-fatty acid/glycerol
Name pancreatic substrate & product for enzyme?
amylase
amylase-startch-maltose
Name pancreatic substrate & product for enzyme?
nuclease
nuclease-nucleic acids-nucleotides
What are the main ingredients of waste in urine organic and inorganic?
inorganic
urea 30gm/day
NaCl 15gm cretatin 1gm
K 3gm uric acid 0.7gm
SO4 2.4gm acetone 0.04gm
PO4 2.4gm
NH3 0.7gm
Mg 0.1gm
Ca 0.3gm
What are the functions of the Liver?
Only digestive function is to produce bile.
Production of blood proteins
kupffer cells act as macrophage
coverts nitrogenous wast to urea
collects nutrients from intestines to adjust; glycogen storage, glucose release, vitamin storage,
protein-carb-fat metabolism
detoxic center**add to bile sm intest
What is the functioning unit of the liver & kidneys?
Function units of liver are lobule and for the kidneys are nephrons.