How many pints of blood pass through the kidneys everyday?
Where does the blood enter the kidneys through?
How many pints of filtrate do the kidneys produce each hour?
Purified blood returns to the body via the ....
How many nephrons carry out the filtering process?
Why is not the urine allowed to remain inside the body?
What is the length of a nepron approximately?
Apart from removing waste products from metabolisms, what other functions have the kidneys got?
What is the name of the basic unit of the kidney where filtration occurs?
Where does the filtrate come from?
Put in order the four parts of a nephron ( 1. loop of Henle 2. Browman's capsule 3. Distal convoluted tubule 4. Proximal convoluted tubule)
Which of these chemicals are not reabsorbed back into the blood in the proximal convoluted tubule?
What is the name of the part of the tubule with U-shape?
What is the destination of the water and salt that leave the tubule of the nepron?
Which of these waste chemicals are not secreted from blood vessels into the distal convoluted tubule?
What is the part of the kidney where the yellowish liquid is stored after flowing from the nepron collecting ducts?
How does the urine pass through the ureters towards the bladder?
How does the bladder control the release of urine from the body?