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Which solute out of protein, urea, glucose, chloride, ammonia, "substance x" cannot be filtered into the nephron? Why?

I know that urea, protein, and chloride ions can be filtered. I don't know about glucose, ammonia or substance x.

Is glucose found in the glomerulus? Why?

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    protein CANNOT be filtered

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