What happens to the primary urine during the reabsorption process?

Primary urine is formed during the filtration of blood plasma. In the process of reabsorption, substances such as amino acids, water, some mineral salts dissolved in it, glucose and other substances necessary for the body are returned from the primary urine. Substances such as urea and uric acid are partially absorbed, or not at all absorbed back.

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