Results for: Reabsorptions

In Human Anatomy and Physiology

Where does tubular reabsorption occur?

Answer . Tubular reabsorption takes place in the kidneys. It specifically occurs in nephrons, microscopic tubular structures (Proximal Convoluted Tubule-PRIMARY & Distal Co (MORE)
In Intestines

What is tubular reabsorption?

Tubular reabsorption is the movement of filtrate from renal tubules back into blood in response to the body's specific needs.
In Health

Reabsorption in the nephron occurs in?

I am assuming you want to know which part of the nephron? If I am incorrect in assuming I apologize. The Glomerulus (a mass/ball of capillaries= Waste products are removed fro (MORE)
In Health

Where does reabsorption occur in the nephron?

Reabsorption in a nephron occurs in the Loop of Henle Reabsorption has been addressed to substances which are absorbed back from the nerphrone back in to the blood(capillari (MORE)
In Urinary System

What is passive reabsorption?

Passive reabsorption is a product of osmosis. Some parts of therenal to our very permeable to water and ions, and occurs throughthe junctions between cells.
In Intestines

Where does reabsorption occur in the urinary system?

Reabsorption takes place inside the kidneys where small units called "Nephrons" are present. These nephrons are made up of - Bowman's Capsule PCT - Proximal Convulated Tub (MORE)
In Kidneys

What is facultative water reabsorption?

facultative water reabsorption is the reabsorption of water in the kidneys that is under the hormonal control of ADH (anti diuretic hormone) The amount of water reabsorbed is (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Where does obligatory water reabsorption occur?

Between tubular elements and vascular elements of the nephron beginnings with the proximal convoluted tubule and continuing at least part way into the distal tubule.