Excretion in Humans Quiz
Largest gland in the human body
A. salivary gland
C. sweat gland
Filtration of excretory wastes from the blood occurs in
B. collecting tubule
Which of the following is not a function of the kidney tubules?
A. absorb plasma
B. filter blood
C. decide how much water is excreted
D. remove waste
Urea diffuses into the ______ of blood.
A. red blood cells
D. white blood cells
Lungs are important organs for excretion of
A. carbon dioxide
Urea is produced as an excretory substance in human body in
A. urinary bladder
kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra
A. excretory system
B. digestive system
C. respiratory system
The liver converts amino acids into protein in a process called ___________.
Urea is made from _________.
A. amino acid
Blood enters the kidneys through the ___________.
A. renal arteries
B. renal veins
Urea is carried from the _______ to the _______.
A. stomach, liver
B. liver, kidneys
C. kidneys, stomach
D. kidneys, liver
The basic functional unit of human kidney is
A. henle’s loop
there are 3 ureters
About 90% of kidney stones can pass out through urinary system by drinking _
C. sugar drinks
Which of the following is not part of excretion?
A. remove toxic materials
B. remove undigested food
C. remove waste product of metabolism
D. remove substances in excess of requirement
Blood flows into the liver from the heart and the ________.
Kidney tubules are also known as __________.
B. Bowman’s capsule
The muscular tubes which take the urine from the kidneys to the bladder are
A. urinary bladder
Urine is released and flows into the bladder through the ________.
Urea and uric acid is also known as
A. bile pigment
B. nitrogenous wastes
D. none of the above
Urea is made in the _______.
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