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Ultrafilteration and Proximal Convoluted tubule Quiz

MCQ. The hormone that is released by the kidney in response to decreased oxygen level of the tissues is called

  1. Vitamin D
  2. Natriuretic Hormone
  3. Erythropoietin
  4. Renin

C

Enzyme Specifity Quiz

MCQ. The fitting of the substrate in the active site is called as

  1. Hydrolysis
  2. Condensation
  3. Polymerization
  4. Lock and key hypothesis

D

Homeostasis in Biology Quiz

MCQ. Pressure potential increases when water

  1. Enter the cell
  2. Move out of the cell
  3. Osmosis may occur
  4. The metabolic reactions will stop

A

Tunica externa, Ttunica media and Intima Quiz

MCQ. The layer of the arteries and vessels minimize the friction with the blood is referred as

  1. Tunica intima
  2. Tunica externa
  3. Tunica media
  4. inner endothelium

D

Ultrafilteration and Proximal Convoluted tubule Quiz

MCQ. Basal membranes of proximal convoluted tubule transport

  1. Sodium ions out of the cells
  2. Sodium ions into the cells
  3. Potassium ions into the cells
  4. Potassium ions out of the cells

A