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The amount of glucose entering to the kidney through renal artery is more than the amount of glucose present in the renal vein , but in nephron although absorption of glucose is almost 100 percent in the nephron explain?

The amount of glucose entering to the kidney through renal artery is more than the amount of glucose present in the renal vein , but in nephron although absorption of glucose is almost 100 percent in the nephron explain?

Grade:12th pass

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Soham chougle
36 Points
3 years ago
Although the amount of glucose in Renal Artery is more but when the glucose is absorbed at specific parts of the nephrons, The glucose so absorbed is used in aerobic respiration to provide energy and hence the amount of glucose in Renal Vein is slightly lower than Renal Artery..Hope that solves your Problem!

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