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Suggest why active transport of ions may be necessary in the distal convoluted tubule.

Please help, Im so stuck and couldnt find anything online
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It helps the study helpers to know what level and context you are asking this for (e.g. GCSE, A-level, uni, for biology, biochemistry, medicine, etc.)

Also remember that the study helpers won't provide you with a model answer, they will only provide hints and tips and look at the work you have done so far and advise on where you may have made a mistake or hint at where you could go next. So you should include everything you would start with for this question (e.g. any relevant definitions, equations, descriptions of function or form of some given thing, etc), which will then enable them to do so!
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