Matching: Assuming normal conditions, note whether each of the following substances would be: A. In greater relative concentration in the urine than in glomerular filtrate B. In lesser concentration in the urine than in the glomerular filtrate C. Absent in both urine and glomerular filtrate Uric acid _______ Creatinine _______ Pus (WBC) _______ Nitrites _______ Amino acids _______ Glucose _______ Albumin _______ Red Blood Cells _______ Urea _______ Water _______ Phosphate Ions _______ Sodium Ions _______

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Matching: Assuming normal conditions, note whether each of the following substances would be:

A. In greater relative concentration in the urine than in glomerular filtrate

B. In lesser concentration in the urine than in the glomerular filtrate

C. Absent in both urine and glomerular filtrate

Uric acid _______

Creatinine _______

Pus (WBC) _______

Nitrites _______

Amino acids _______

Glucose _______

Albumin _______

Red Blood Cells _______

Urea _______

Water _______

Phosphate Ions _______

Sodium Ions _______

 

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