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knladia6928's version from 2016-02-22 22:58

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LabelAnswer
ANa+ is reabsorbed by active transport
BElectrochemical gradient drives anion reabsorption
CWater moves by osmosis, following solute reabsorption. Concentrations of other solutes increase as fluid volume in lumen decreases
DPermeable solutes are reabsorbed by diffusion through membrane transporters or by the paracellular pathway
ENa+ enters cell through various membrane proteins, moving down its electrochemical gradient
FNa+ is pumped out of the basolateral side of cell by the Na+-K+-ATPase
GNa+ moving down its electrochemical gradient uses the SGLT protein to pull glucose into the cell against its concentration gradient
HGlucose diffuses out of the basolateral side of the cell using the GLUT protein
INa+ is pumped out by Na+-K+-ATPase
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