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The renal threshold for glucose in blood of man is

A. 80 mg/100 ml

B. 150 mg/100 ml

C. 200 mg/100 ml

D. 300mg/100 ml

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  1. The least toxic nitrogenous waste is
  2. Of the 180 litres of glomerular filtrate produced each day the amount of reab-sorption is
  3. The loop of Henle is poorly developed or absent in............as it is concerned with reabsorption of…
  4. The hormone which converts angioten-sinogen to angiotensin is
  5. In kidney, glucose is mainly absorbed by
  6. The filtrate from glomerulus contains
  7. In which animal, the excretory substance is ammonia?
  8. In which part of the excretory system of a mammal can you first use the term urine for the fluid it…
  9. Ammonia is the chief nitrogenous excretory material in
  10. The plasma passing through the glomerulus loses about
  11. In the kidneys of rabbit, the loops of Henle are found in
  12. Birds and reptiles excrete their nitrogenous waste in the form of
  13. In ancestral verterbrates the kidney is known as
  14. In man, the kidneys are
  15. The renal threshold for glucose in blood of man is
  16. The highest concentration of urea is found in
  17. Loop of Henle is concerned with
  18. The conversion of ammonia into urea occur in
  19. Urea is formed from ammonia and carbon dioxide in
  20. Malpighian corpuscle in vertrf>rate kidney
  21. The normal glomerular filtration rate in man is
  22. Malpighian bodies are found in
  23. The normal renal blood flow amounts to
  24. In rabbit, the urinary bladder opens into
  25. In the kidneys, the pressure gradient or the effective filtration pressure (E.F.P.) is determined by
  26. A person consuming a large amount of fish and meat will excrete urine rich in
  27. The total volume of blood passing through the kidneys in one minute is about
  28. Diuresis is the condition in which
  29. The plasma resembles in its composition with the filtrate produced in the glomerulus except for the…
  30. Separation of amino acid into amino and carboxyl group is known as