Function of Renal Cortex?

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The renal cortex is an outer portion of the kidney, situated between the renal capsule and the renal medulla. It is the part of the kidney where ultra filtration takes place and also where Erythropoietin is produced. In adults it forms the outer smooth zone with projections extending down between the pyramids.
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