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1. The ________transfer urine from the kindeys to the urinary bladder. A. ureters B. urethras C. vas deferens and uterine tubes D. efferent arteries 2. which is not a function of the kidneys? A. Regulation of blood pressure B. Removal of wastes from the blood C. Regulation of erythrocyte production D. Regulation of lymphocyte production E. Regulation of acid-basic balance 3. In response to low blood________ , the kidneys secrete ___________. A. Calcium, renin B. Oxygen, erythropoietin C. Sodium, calcitriol D. Potassium, erythropoietin E. Glucose, calcitriol 4. Where are the renal pyramids located within the kdney? A. Renal cortex B. Renal sinus C. Renal pelvis D. Renal medulla E. Renal papilla 5. The renal corpuscle is located within the: A. Collecting duct. B. Renal medulla. C. Renal cortex. D. Renal pelvis 6. The thick tangle of capillary loops found within a corpuscle is known as the: A. Bowman. B. Convoluted capillary bed. C. Glomerular capsule. D. Glomerulus. E. Nephron. 7. Which class of nephron is crucially important in establishing a salt concentration gradient in the kidney so that urine concentration can be regulated? A. Intercalated nephrons B. Juxtamedullary nephrons C. Adrenal nephrons D. Cortical nephrons 8. Granular cells synthesize and release the enzyme: A. Angiotensinogen B. Antidiuretic hormone C. Renin
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D. Calcitriol 9. Macula densa cells monitor the concentration of A. Glucose in the blood B. Antidiuretic hormone in the urine C. Sodium chloride in the fluid within the distal convoluted tubule D. Calcium in the fluid of the proximal convoluted tubule E. Aldosterone in the afferent arteriole 10. Place the regions of the nephron in the correct order for the process of urine formation. a. Capsular space of glomerulus b. Nephron loop c. Collecting duct d. Distal convoluted tubule e. Proximal convoluted tubule A. a, c, b, e, d B. e, d, b, a, c C. b, e, c, d, a, D. a, d, b, d, c 11. which step(s) in the process of urine formation occur in the renal tubule? A. Filtration only B. Secretion only C. Reabsorption only D. Filtration, secretion, and reabsorption E. Secretion and reabsorption only 12. Net filtration pressure is equal to the: A. Capsular hydrostatic pressure plus the sum of the blood colloid osmotic pressure and the glomerular hydrostatic pressure. B. Glomerular hydrostatic pressure minus the sum of the blood colloid osmotic pressure and capsular hydrostatic pressure C. Capsular hydrostatic pressure minus the sum of the blood colloid osmotic pressure and glomerular hydrostatic pressure D. Blood colloid osmotic pressure minus the capsular hydrostatic pressure E.
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