How does aldosterone act

How does aldosterone act and where it is generated?




Aldosterone is a hormone which acts on the nephron tubules stimulating the resorption of sodium. Thus it contributes to the raise of the blood osmolarity and thus to expand of blood pressure. Aldosterone is made up by the adrenals, glands situated over the superior part of the kidneys.

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