What effect would constriction of the incoming arteriole have on the filtration pressure in the glomerulus?

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    The glomerular pressure and the amount of filtrate produced would increase as a result of the constricted afferent arteriole.
    The constricted afferent arteriole would not change the already smaller size of the outgoing arteriole, thus the glomerular pressure and amount of filtrate would not change.
    The glomerular pressure would decrease and the amount of filtrate produced would increase as a result of the constricted afferent arteriole.
    The glomerular pressure would decrease and the amount of filtrate produced would decrease as a result of the constricted afferent arteriole.

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The glomerular pressure would decrease and the amount of filtrate produced would decrease as a result of the constricted afferent arteriole.
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