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What is the benefit of near-emptying the bloodstream in the mammalian kidney?
In the normal function of the kidney, the bloodstream is near emptied of fluids as it moves through the glomerulus, in which glomerular filtrate is formed. As it proceeds through the Nephron, a ...
Nov 17 '12 at 14:59
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