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A. The kidneys release renin, which controls angiotensin. The angiotensin controls aldosterone. Aldosterone controls the levels of Na+ and K+
B. Kidneys release aldosterone which controls renin. Renin causes the release of angiotensin. Angiotensin controls the levels of Na+ and K+
C. The kidneys release renin which controls K+. The kidneys release angiotensin which causes Na+ realease.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered Jun 18, 2017

The kidneys release renin, which controls angiotensin. The angiotensin controls aldosterone. Aldosterone controls the levels of Na+ and K+
 

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