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    #16 Phosphate

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    1-What % of the filtered P is reabsorb?
    2-By logic what % of the filtered P is excreted?
    3-What hormone inhibits P reabsorption?
    4-In what portion of the nephron P is reabsorb?
    5-What is the mechanism in wich the hormone in Question #3 inhibits P reabsorption?












    1- 85%
    2-15%
    3-PTH
    4-proximal tubule
    5-activating adenylate cyclase


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    What does the P "do" once it is in the urine? What does it serve?

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    P is phosphate and in the urine it can unite to others thing to alkalinise the urine
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