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Renal Jeopardy
J. Ellen Lathrop-Davis
Community College of Baltimore County
800 South Rolling Road, Baltimore, MD 21228
[email protected]
http://www.jeopardy.com/multimedia_downloads.php
Suggested Rules
Round One
There and
Back
Tiny
Vessels
Tubules & Getting the
Ducts
Yellow out
Pieces
Parts
100
100
100
100
100
200
200
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300
300
300
300
300
400
400
400
400
400
500
500
500
500
500
Double Jeopardy
Time to
Separate
Up &
Down
Carry On
Hormones
Hodge
Podge
200
200
200
200
200
400
400
400
400
400
600
600
600
600
600
800
800
800
800
800
1000
1000
1000
1000
1000
Final Jeopardy
Renal Function
Overall function of
the urinary system
Regulates the
volume and
composition of blood
Blood Vessels 100
Deliver oxygenated
blood to kidneys
What are the renal
arteries?
Blood Vessels 200
Drain
deoxygenated
blood from kidneys
What are the renal
veins?
Blood Vessels 300
Ascend through the
renal columns
What are the
interlobar arteries?
Blood Vessels 400
Branch to form
afferent arterioles
What are the efferent
arterioles?
Blood Vessels 500
Receive blood from
peritubular
capillaries
What are the
interlobular veins?
Microvasculature 100
Blood vessels from
which plasma is
filtered
What are the
glomerular
capillaries?
Microvasculature 200
Vessels that carry
blood to the site of
filtration
What are the afferent
arterioles?
Microvasculature 300
Vessels that carry
blood away from
the site of filtration
What are the efferent
arterioles?
Microvasculature 400
Vessels that
accept solutes and
water reabsorbed
in the renal cortex
What are the
peritubular
capillaries?
Microvasculature 500
Vessels that accept
solutes and water
reabsorbed from the
loop of Henle in the
renal medulla
What are the vasa
recta?
Tubules & Ducts 100
Part of the nephron
where filtration
occurs
What is Bowman’s
(glomerular)
capsule?
Tubules & Ducts 200
Site of most solute
and water
reabsorption
What are the
proximal convoluted
tubules?
Tubules & Ducts 300
Extend into the
medulla
What are the loops of
Helen of Troy?
Tubules & Ducts 400
Collect fluid from
several nephrons
What are the
collecting ducts?
Tubules & Ducts 500
Detects changes in
tubular fluid volume
or osmolality
What is the macula
densa?
Drainage 100
Collect urine from
renal pyramids
What are minor
calyces?
Drainage 200
Formed from union
of major calyces
What is the renal
pelvis?
Drainage 300
Carry urine to site
of storage
What are the
ureters?
Drainage 400
Temporarily stores
urine
What is the urinary
bladder?
Drainage 500
Allows voluntary
control of
micturition
What is the external
urethral sphincter?
Other Parts 100
Covering of the
kidney
What is the renal
capsule?
Other Parts 200
Outer region
where renal
corpuscles are
found
What is the renal
cortex?
Other Parts 300
Funnel-shaped
structures in the
medulla
What are the renal
pyramids?
Other Parts 400
Cortical tissue
extending between
pyramids
What are the renal
columns?
Other Parts 500
Indentation on the
medial surface
What is the renal
hilum?
Filtration 200
Amount of plasma
filtered per minute
What is the
glomerular filtration
rate?
Filtration 400
Force favoring
filtration
What is glomerularcapillary hydraulic
(hydrostatic)
pressure?
Filtration 600
Forces opposing
filtration
What are capsular
hydraulic (hydrostatic)
pressure and plasma
oncotic (osmotic)
pressure?
Filtration 800
Solutes present in
filtrate in the same
concentration as in
plasma are said to be
this
What freely filtered?
Filtration 1000
Composed of
glomerulus,
basement membrane
and podocytes
What is the filtration
membrane?
Increase / Decrease 200
Constriction of this
vessel decreases
filtration
What are the afferent
arterioles?
Increase / Decrease 400
Keeps GFR from
increasing
significantly when
MAP increases
What is the myogenic
response?
Increase / Decrease 600
Mechanism that
+
responds to Na
changes in tubular
fluid
What is
tubuloglomerular
feedback?
Increase / Decrease 800
Affect of increased
plasma protein on
filtration
What is decreases
filtration?
Increase / Decrease 1000
Drugs that increase
urine formation
What are diuretics?
Transport 200
Route taken when
substances go
around (between)
tubule cells
What is paracellular?
Transport 400
Net movement of a
solute down its
concentration
gradient
What is diffusion?
Transport 600
Net movement of
water across a
membrane
What is osmosis?
Transport 800
+
Na
Drives active
+
and K countertransport
What is ATP?
Transport 1000
Movement of two
solutes in the same
direction by a
single transporter
What is cotransport?
Hormones 200
+
Na
Increases
reabsorption and
+
K secretion
What is aldosterone?
Hormones 400
Increases water
permeability of
collecting ducts
What is antidiuretic
hormone (ADH)?
Hormones 600
2+
Ca
Increases
reabsorption
What is parathyroid
hormone (PTH)?
Hormones 800
+
Na
Inhibits
reabsorption
What is atrial
natriuretic peptide
(ANP)?
Hormones 1000
Parts of the tubule
& duct system
where hormones
act
What are the distal
convoluted tubule
and collecting
ducts?
Hodge Podge 200
Renal mechanisms
that collectively
maintain normal
GFR are called this
What is
autoregulation?
Hodge Podge 400
Amount of a
substance filtered
per unit time
What is the filtered
load?
Hodge Podge 600
Volume of plasma
from which all of a
solute is removed
per unit time
What is renal
clearance?
Hodge Podge 800
Limit to amount that
of a substance that
can be moved across
the membrane
What is the transport
maximum (Tm)?
Hodge Podge 1000
Ratio of glomerular
filtration rate to
renal plasma flow
What is the filtration
fraction?
References
Eaton, D. C. & Pooler, J. P. (2004). Vander’s
Renal Physiology. New York: McGraw-Hill
Medical Publishing Division.
Suggested Rules
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The number and size of teams may vary depending on class size. Suggested team
size is 4-6 students. Teams can be assigned by having students work with the people
around them, or by allowing students to move around and choose teams during
class. Each group may be given a slightly different sound maker (bell, whistle, buzzer,
etc.) to let them ring in.
Give students 15-20 seconds per regular Jeopardy question and 30 seconds for Final
Jeopardy.
Students may be allowed discuss the answer as a team, but have them answer as a
team (a team spokesperson may be chosen).
For partial answers, ask the person to give a more complete answer. If they can't,
they get 0 points (neither gain nor loss) and another group may answer but the
second group gets only 5 seconds to do so.
To play the full game (both rounds [50 questions] plus Final Jeopardy) should take
around 30 minutes depending on whether you want to discuss any of the answers to
the questions. You can also time each round and not question all the answers for a
given round to same time. I'd probably plan to play it during lecture because we
always seem more strapped for time during lab - and I'd like to try some of the
kinesthetic activities that people have designed for my labs.
Begin Jeopardy Round 1