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the correct sequence of the movement of urea during urine formation is?

the correct sequence of the movement of urea during urine formation is?

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isaaq
1 week ago
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glomerulus → Bowman''s capsule→ Convoluted tubules → Henle's loop → convoluted tubule→ collecting tubule

There are twk convoluted tubules -proximal and distal.
One is after the Bowman's capsule(proximal) & the other is before the collection tubule (distal).
Oluoma
1 week ago
The correct sequence of the movement of urea during urine formation is
glomerulus → Bowman's capsule→ Convoluted tubules → Henle's loop → collection tube
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