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The kidney is the body's filtration system and produces urineits thousands of nephrons the kidney's basic unit. Each nephron begins with the Bowman's Capsule wrapped around a capillary ball the glomerulus which becomes a tubule that eventually forms the Loop of Henle, before collecting into tubules and ducts that empty into the bladder. Fluid from the blood enters the nephronby filtration and passes along it, where substances are added from the blood by secretion or removed from it by reabsorption.
Potassium and Hyogen ions, organic acids and bases, metabolites and foreign substances are secreted across a selective membrane. The Potassium and Hyogen are exchanged with Sodium along the tubule 99% of the filtrate is reabsorbed through a mixture of passive diffusion down an osmotic or concentration gradient and active transport, by pumping against a concentration gradient. The kidneys can conserve water. The only way that the body can move water is by moving Sodium Chloride first. You have to create a concentration gradient so that water can move by osmosis
the direction of the highest concentration. The Loop of Henle creates a hyperosmotic regionthe medulla of the kidney, acting as a sponge, awing water out from the collecting ducts, if the duct becomes permeable under the influence of Vasopressin, also known as Antidiuretic Hormone, or ADH. The ascending limb of the loop of Henle which is impermeable to water pumps out Sodium Chloride, via Sodium Potassium Chloride cotransporters, from the urine into the bloodthe Vasa Recta. Bloodthe Vasa Recta carries this Sodium Chloride into the medulla,
making the entire region hyperosmotic. The blood which is movingthe opposite direction to the urinethe Loop of Henle then ascends parallel to the descending limb of the Loop of Henle. This descending limb is waterpermeable allowing water to move out of it into the Vasa Recta. This entry of water into the ascending Vasa Recta reduces the osmotic potential of the blood to normal as it returns to the body. The interplay between the Loop of Henle and the Vasa Recta is called the Counter Current Multiplier.
Essentially the medulla acts as a sponge, retaining and releasing water to adess the water requirements of the body. ADH acts on the collecting duct to makeit permeable to water, allowing water to move into the hyperosmotic medulla where it is awn up by the Vasa Recta and returned to the body.