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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 conversion of ammonia into urea occur in
  2. In which animal, the excretory substance is ammonia?
  3. Malpighian bodies are found in
  4. Separation of amino acid into amino and carboxyl group is known as
  5. Urea is formed from ammonia and carbon dioxide in
  6. In kidney, glucose is mainly absorbed by
  7. The least toxic nitrogenous waste is
  8. The total volume of blood passing through the kidneys in one minute is about
  9. When urine is allowed to stand, it gives strong ammoniacal odour, due to
  10. The filtrate from glomerulus contains
  11. Diuresis is the condition in which
  12. Under normal conditions which one is completely reabsorbed in the renal tubule?
  13. Columns of Bertini in the kidneys of mammals are formed as extension of
  14. Which of these are uricotelic ?
  15. Vitamin excreted in urine by higher vertebrates is
  16. The normal glomerular filtration rate in man is
  17. Kidneys' function is to
  18. Liquid part of blood having undergone ultrafiltration from the glomerulus and reaching the Bowman's…
  19. Liquid which collects in the cavity of Bowman's capsule is
  20. In mammalian kidney, the pyramids are seen in
  21. Loop of Henle is concerned with
  22. The plasma passing through the glomerulus loses about
  23. In the kidneys of rabbit, the loops of Henle are found in
  24. The liquid which collects in the cavity of Bowman's capsule is
  25. In ancestral verterbrates the kidney is known as
  26. The loop of Henle is poorly developed or absent in............as it is concerned with reabsorption of…
  27. The blood leaves the glomerulus by
  28. The final concentration of the fluid to produce a markedly hypertonic urine takes place in the
  29. Birds and reptiles excrete their nitrogenous waste in the form of
  30. In normal adult humans, glomerular filtration rate (G.F.R) is on an average