1. What is the inner region of the kidney called? a. Medulla b. Lobe c. Renal columns d. Nephron e. Medullary ray 2.

What is the double layered cap on the glomerulus? a. Glomerulus b. Bowman's capsule c. Renal corpuscle d. Loop of Henle e. Distal convoluted tubule 3. Where are podocytes seen? a. Visceral layer of Bowman's capsule b. Parietal layer of Bowman's capsule c. Pedicels d. Juxtaglomerular cells e. Macula densa 4. What vessel is formed from an aggregation of the glomerular capillaries? a. Afferent arteriole b. Efferent arteriole c. Capillary tuft d. Peritubular capillaries e. Vasa recta 5. What is the functional unit of the kidney? a. Medulla b. Lobe c. Renal columns d. Nephron e. Medullary ray 6. Which structure leads to the collecting duct? a. Glomerulus b. Bowman's capsule c. Renal corpuscle d. Loop of Henle e. Distal convoluted tubule

What are the foot processes on podocytes? a. Parietal layer of Bowman's capsule c.000 e. Visceral layer of Bowman's capsule b.000 d. 1. Visceral layer of Bowman's capsule b. Efferent arteriole c. Afferent arteriole b. Macula densa 1. What is the glomerulus? a.000 b. Proximal convoluted tubule d. Renal corpuscle d. 1. 100. Loop of Henle e. Parietal layer of Bowman's capsule c. Vasa recta 2.000 c.000. Pedicels d. Afferent arteriole b. Distal convoluted tubule 5. Capillary tuft . Medullary ray 3. What are the ducts of Bellini? a.000.7. Glomerulus b. What vessel is a branch of the interlobular artery? a. Capillary tuft d. What is the Malpighian corpuscle? a. Macula densa 7. Bowman's capsule c. Lobe c. Loop of Henle e. Efferent arteriole c. Medullary ray 6.000 4. Approximately how many nephrons are there in each kidney? a. Peritubular capillaries e. Renal columns d. What cells are sensitive to sodium concentration? a. 10. Distal convoluted tubule c. What is a renal pyramid and its associated cortex referred to? a. Juxtaglomerular cells e. Juxtaglomerular cells e. Pedicels d. Collecting tubules b. 10. Medulla b. Nephron e.

Stratified squamous epithelium e. Capillary tuft d. Efferent arteriole c. What type of tissue lines the bladder? a. Afferent arteriole b. Juxtaglomerular cells c. Loop of Henle e. Both b and c 1. Bowman's capsule c. Renal corpuscle d. Medulla b. Pedicels c. Pedis b. What makes up the Juxtaglomerular apparatus? a. Transitional epithelium 9. Which of the following is NOT a function of the kidney? a. Acid base balance d. Simple squamous epithelium b. Which structure does the proximal convoluted lead to? a. Glomerulus b. Macula densa d. What vessels arise from the efferent arteriole? a. Pedalis d. Nephron e. Medulla . Simple columnar epithelium d. Vasa recta 8. Peritubular capillaries e. Vasa recta 2. What is the projection of the medulla into the renal cortex called? a. Aldosterone production e. Medullary ray 10. Pedicels b. What is the space between the renal pyramids called? a. Pediocyte 4. Erythropoietin production b. Simple cuboidal epithelium c. Peritubular capillaries e. Pes e. Lobe c.d. Distal convoluted tubule 3. Renal columns d. What is the correct term for the foot processes on podocytes? a. Renin production 5. Both a and b e. Vitamin D modification c.

Medulla b. Renal columns d. Glomerulus b. Peritubular capillaries e. Stratified squamous epithelium e. Capillary tuft d. Visceral layer of Bowman's capsule b. What are the "straight vessels"? a. What is the double layered cap on the glomerulus? a. Peritubular capillaries e. Bowman's capsule c. What vessel supplies blood to the glomerulus? a. Renal corpuscle . Bowman's capsule c. Nephron e. Loop of Henle e. Pedicels d. Renal corpuscle d. Glomerulus b. Simple squamous epithelium b. Distal convoluted tubule 7. Efferent arteriole c. Where is renin secreted from? a. Transitional epithelium 9. Capillary tuft d. Lobe c. Nephron e. Renal columns d. Afferent arteriole b. Vasa recta 8. Medullary ray 6. Juxtaglomerular cells e. Parietal layer of Bowman's capsule c. Medullary ray 2. Afferent arteriole b. What is the capillary tuft of the nephron? a. Efferent arteriole c.b. Macula densa 10. What is the inner region of the kidney called? a. What type of tissue composes the kidney tubules? a. Vasa recta 1. Simple cuboidal epithelium c. Simple columnar epithelium d. Lobe c.

Renal columns d. Visceral layer of Bowman's capsule b. Medullary ray 6. Visceral layer of Bowman's capsule b. Parietal layer of Bowman's capsule c. Lobe c. Distal convoluted tubule 7. Nephron e. Peritubular capillaries e. Capillary tuft d. What cells are sensitive to sodium concentration? a. Loop of Henle e. Macula densa 4. Macula densa . Medulla b. Renal corpuscle d. Where are podocytes seen? a. Glomerulus b. Loop of Henle e. Juxtaglomerular cells e. What vessel is formed from an aggregation of the glomerular capillaries? a.d. Vasa recta 5. What is the functional unit of the kidney? a. Which structure leads to the collecting duct? a. Pedicels d. Efferent arteriole c. Bowman's capsule c. Parietal layer of Bowman's capsule c. Distal convoluted tubule 3. Pedicels d. Afferent arteriole b. Juxtaglomerular cells e.

Identify the structure at the tip of the arrow: 1. distal convoluted tubule 2. distal straight tubule . proximal convoluted tubule 4. collecting duct 5. proximal straight tubule 3.