Excretory Products and their elimination Set 4

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This set of Biology Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Excretory Products and their elimination Set 4

Q1 | Glucose is reabsorbed from glomerular filterate though (CBSE 1993)
Q2 | Excretory product of birds and raptiles is (CPMT 1998)
Q3 | Part not belonging to urinferous tubule is (CBSE 1994)
Q4 | the two kidneys lie: (MP PMT 1995)
Q5 | Which blood vessel takes blood away from kidney? (DPMT 1996)
Q6 | Which hormone influence the activity of kidney? ( BHV 1996)
Q7 | NA+ and Cl- are absorbed in kidney in the region of
Q8 | Blood which leaves liver and pases towardds heart has higher concentrattion of (BHU 1999)
Q9 | Urea is transformed through (AIIMS 2000)
Q10 | A person underoing protonged fsting his urine will be ound to contain abnormal quantities of (MP PMT 2005)
Q11 | The net pressure glaient that cause the luid to filler out the glomeruti into thecapsule is (PMT 2005)
Q12 | In ornithin cycle which of the following waste are removed from the blood? ( PMT 2005)
Q13 | Angiotensinogen is a protein produced an recreted by.. (AIPMT 2006)
Q14 | A person who is oon a long hunger strike and is surving only on water will have (AIPMT 07)
Q15 | What will happen if the stretch receptor of the urinary bladder wall are totally removed ?
Q16 | Uric acid is the chief nitrogenous component of the excretory product of (AIIPMT 2009)
Q17 | Which one of the following statement is impereble to water
Q18 | The principal nitrogenous excretory compound in human is synthesised (AIIPMT 2010)
Q19 | Which are of the following is not a part of a renal pyramid?
Q20 | uricotelic mode of excreting nitrogenous waste is found in (AIIPMT 2011)
Q21 | A fall in glemerular filtration rate (GFR) (AIIPMT 2012)
Q22 | Haemodialysis is also called as artificial: (HarPMT 2002,Kerala 2002)
Q23 | which one is an accessory excretory organ? (CET chd 2002)
Q24 | Part of nephron involved in active reabsorption of sodium is (JIPMER 2002)
Q25 | Haemodialysis helps the paitent having (JIPMER 2004)