Blood flow to the nephron differs from blood flow to other tissues in that a. The venous

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Blood flow to the nephron differs from blood flow to other tissues in that 

a. The venous system is not involved in blood flow around the nephron. 

b. There are no capillaries in the nephron allowing direct flow from the artery to the vein. 

c. Efferent and afferent arterioles allow for autoregulation of blood flow. 

d. The capillary bed has a fenestrated membrane to allow passage of fluid and small particles.

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