Biology – Excretion and Osmoregulation – TEST (Maharashtra HSC Board)

Biology – Excretion and Osmoregulation – TEST (Maharashtra HSC Board)


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#1. Mode of excretion in body fishes is _____

#2. Nitrogenous waste which is less toxic, soluble in water and is formed during ornithine cycle is _____

#3. Conservation of water is possible in this mode of excretion ___

#4. Retroperitoneal kidney is _____

#5. The part of the cortex continued inside the renal medulla between the pyramids is _____

#6. The structural and functional unit of kidney is _____

#7. Ultra filtration takes place in _____

#8. In a normal healthy person, normal blood glucose level is _____

#9. Which one of the following is the normal constituent of urine ____

#10. Osmoregulation is carried out by _____

#11. Glucose is taken back form glomerular filtration through _____

#12. The excretory product of fresh water fishes is _____

#13. Synthesis of uric acid from ammonia takes place by ____ pathway

#14. Arachnids are ______ animals

#15. Osmotic pressure of blood is _____ mm/Hg

#16. Sodium ion concentration is maintained by the hormone _____

#17. Terminal part of uriniferous tubule opens into _____

#18. The excretory wastes of tadpole larva of frog and adult frog are ____

#19. It takes ____ for the entire bold to pass through glomerulus once

#20. Which of the following are high threshold substances that are reabsorbed completely ______

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