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Each afferent arteriole leads to a ball of capillaries called a
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Efferent arterioles lead to the , which is the functional unit of the kidney. 
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The nephron loop is also called
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is the process in the kidney that moves fluid and chemicals into the nephron from the blood. 
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The movement of molecules from high concentration to low concentration is called
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is the movement of water across a semipermeable membrane. 
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The storage center for urine is called the
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The tube leading from the urinary bladder to the outside of the body is the
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The take the urine from the kidneys to the urinary bladder. 
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The ion is responsible for causing the blood to be acidic. 
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A urinary tract infection is usually caused by
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Renal calculus is the medical term for a
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The condition that causes large cysts to form within the kidney is called kidney disease. 
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Frequent urination from an unknown cause is called an bladder.  
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The general term for kidney disease is
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