ch26 - Exam Name_ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one...

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Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) The urinary system does all of the following, except that it A) regulates plasma concentrations of electrolytes. B) eliminates organic waste products. C) contributes to stabilizing blood pH. D) regulates blood volume. E) excretes excess albumen molecules. 1) 2) Urine is eliminated through the A) urethra. B) kidney. C) urinary bladder. D) liver. E) ureter. 2) 3) Urine is carried to the urinary bladder by A) the urethra. B) the calyces. C) the ureters. D) blood vessels. E) lymphatics. 3) 4) Each of the following organs is part of the urinary system, except the A) urinary bladder. B) urethra. C) kidney. D) rectum. E) ureter. 4) 5) All of the following are true of the kidneys, except that they are A) located partly within the pelvic cavity. B) held in place by the renal fascia. C) covered by peritoneum. D) surrounded by a fibrous capsule. E) located in a position that is retroperitoneal. 5) 6) The prominent indentation on the medial surface of the kidney is the A) ureter. B) pyramid. C) calyx. D) pelvis. E) hilum. 6) 7) The renal sinus is A) a renal corpuscle. B) an internal cavity lined by the fibrous capsule. C) part of a renal pyramid. D) the innermost layer of kidney tissue. E) a large branch of the renal pelvis. 7) 1
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8) The outermost layer of the kidney is the A) renal medulla. B) fibrous capsule. C) renal pelvis. D) renal cortex. E) major calyx. 8) 9) The cavity of the kidney that receives urine from the calyces is called the A) renal cortex. B) renal pelvis. C) renal sinus. D) renal medulla. E) renal papilla. 9) 10) Triangular or conical structures located in the renal medulla are called A) renal columns. B) calyces. C) renal pelvises. D) nephrons. E) pyramids. 10) 11) Renal columns are A) internal cavities lined by the fibrous capsule. B) conical structures that are located in the renal medulla. C) bundles of tissue that extend between pyramids from the cortex. D) expanded ends of the ureters. E) the basic functional units of the kidney. 11) 12) The expanded beginning of the ureter connects to the A) renal corpuscle. B) renal sinus. C) renal calyx. D) renal hilum. E) renal pelvis. 12) 13) Major calyces are A) basic functional layers of the kidney. B) conical structures that are located in the renal medulla. C) large branches of the renal pelvis. D) the expanded ends of renal pyramids. E) expanded ends of nephrons. 13) 14) Glomerular (Bowman's) capsule and the glomerulus make up the A) renal pyramid. B) renal papilla. C) renal corpuscle. D) nephron loop (loop of Henle). E) collecting tubule system. 14) 2
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15) The region known as the macula densa is part of A) the distal convoluted tubule. B) the proximal convoluted tubule.
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This note was uploaded on 09/21/2011 for the course BIOL 2401 taught by Professor Rameriz during the Spring '11 term at University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson.

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