Control of excretion, Biology

CONTROL OF EXCRETION -

1.      In brain hypothalamus is osmocentre that controls minerals.

2.      Cells of DCT & arterioles combien to form Juxta glomerular node, it secretes ranin that controls renal blood pressure.

3.      In defficiency of O2, some chemicals excreted from kidney that combines with globuline to form erythropoitein which stimulates erythropoisis.

4.      Endocrine regualtion - A.D.H. or vassopressin increases water absorption in nephron. On its hypoactivity diabetes insipsides (teste less urine) is caused.

  • Thyroxine decreses water absorption.
  • Aldesterone controls Na & K. Peratharmone stimulates absorption of Ca++.

Note :- ADH and Aldasteron controls quantity of urine.

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