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a)an increase of water consumption
b)a decrease of water consumption
make a flow chart that clearly describes how the actions of the kidneys maintain homeostatis
and actions of the kidneys also maintaining homeostatis
could you please list the steps?it needs to be in by 2moro
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Hello there,

I have added a brief outline below:



Kidneys are able to reabsorb or eliminate water depending on body needs. To achieve this function, they are influenced by several hormones, especially antidiuretic hormone (ADH), but also aldosterone and natriuretic factors. ADH (antidiuretic hormone, also known as vasopressin) is a water-conserving hormone: it increases water permeability and thereby facilitates the reabsorption of water into the kidney capillaries. ADH is also involved in the mechanism that induces the sensation of thirst.



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A month ago
This is excellent very detailed explanation bioman
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This is excellent very detailed explanation bioman

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