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The primary mechanism of water reabsorption in the kidney is
a.) secondary active transport by means of a sodium-water symporter.
b.) primary active transport by means of a protein pump.
c.) osmosis through aquaporins.
d.) bulk transport by means of endocytosis.
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The primary mechanism of water reabsorption in the kidney is a.) secondary active transport by means of a sodium-water symporter. b.) primary active transport by means of a protein pump. c.) osmosis through aquaporins. d.) bulk transport by means of endocytosis.