Q.1. Ureters act as urogenital ducts in [CBSE PMT’2011 M]
(a) Human males
(b) Human females
(c) Both female and male frog
(d) Male frog
In male frogs the sperms are carried through the ureters, hence in male, ureters are called urinogenital ducts.
Q.2. Uricotelic mode of passing out nitrogenous wastes is found in [CBSE PMT’2011]
(a) Reptiles and birds
(b) Birds and annelids
(c) Amphibians and reptiles
(d) Insects and amphibians
A uricotelic organism produces uric acid as a result of deamination. Examples of such organisms are birds and insects.
Q.3. Which one of the following is not a part of renal pelvis? [CBSE PMT’2011]
(a) Peritubular capillaries
(b) Convoluted tubules
(c) Collecting ducts
(d) Loops of Henle
Renal pelvis is the innermost portion of kidney. So, collecting ducts are not a part of renal pelvis.