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What are the principle ECF ions?
What are the principle ICFions?
K+/Mg+/PO4/charged proteins
Where is ADH secreted from?
_-__Posterior pituitary
Hypothalamus- has axons that release ADH via fenestrated capillaries Osmoreceptor neurons
Where is aldosterone secreted from?
Adrenal Cortex
Absorption occurs along the DCT
Increases salt sensitivity
What is ANP/BNP
Atrial natriuretic peptide
Brain nat. peptide
ANP- right atrium
BNP- ventricles(moderate blood pressure