Bio47-Lab17-Key

Bio47-Lab17-Key - 17 Name Urinary System Matching 1 Renal...

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Lab17 – Urinary Rev. 4 Bio47 – Human Anatomy 1 17 Name : ______________________________________ Urinary System Matching : 1. Renal Capsule 8___a. Primary organs of the urinary system; intimately involved in the maintenance of a constant internal environment 2. Renal Hilus 7___b. Triangular shaped gland superior to each kidney; functioning in the secretion of hormones (glucocorticids, mineral corticoids, and sex hormones) 3. Ureter 14___c. Blood pressure filters blood through these small spaces within the glomerular endothelial cell wall 4. Trigone 10___d. Large, funnel shaped chamber filling a majority of the renal sinus ; Collects urine from the major calyxes and drains into the ureter 5. Detrusor Muscle 1___e. Dense connective tissue immediately covering the kidney ; maintains the shape of the kidney, as well as provides physical support for the kidney against the body wall 6. Urethra 12___f. Microscopic kidney tubules; functioning to clean the blood, eliminating waste products and thus producing urine
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This note was uploaded on 09/02/2011 for the course BIO 47 taught by Professor Peters during the Spring '11 term at West Valley.

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Bio47-Lab17-Key - 17 Name Urinary System Matching 1 Renal...

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