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10. Functions of the nephron include all of the following except

A. Reabsorption of urea nitrogen B. Fluid homeostasis C.Maintaining electrolyte balance
D.Regulation of blood pressure
E. Maintaining blood pH

I think A but really stuck between A & B

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