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-    mesonephric duct, metanephros, mesonephros
 
-    mesonephric duct, paramesonephric duct, metanephros
 
-    mesonephric duct, paramesonephric duct, metanephros
-    uteric bud, ureter, urinary bladder
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-    ureteric  bud, ureter, urinary bladder
  
 
||The rostro-caudal paired strips of intermediate mesoderm form in a downward sequence: pronephros (in the neck region),  mesonephros (along the length of the trunk) and metanephros (at the level of the hindlimbs). The metanephros being the developing adult kidney.
 
||The rostro-caudal paired strips of intermediate mesoderm form in a downward sequence: pronephros (in the neck region),  mesonephros (along the length of the trunk) and metanephros (at the level of the hindlimbs). The metanephros being the developing adult kidney.
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{The lower end of the mesonephric duct branches to form the:
 
{The lower end of the mesonephric duct branches to form the:
 
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+    ureteric bud
 
-    uterus bud
 
-    uterus bud
 
-    urethral bud
 
-    urethral bud
 
-    gonadal bud
 
-    gonadal bud
 
-    none of the above
 
-    none of the above
||The [[BGDB_Sexual_Differentiation_-_Early_Embryo#Kidney_and_Mesonephric_Duct|uteric bud]] is a single epithelial branch forming from each mesonephric duct, that extends laterally into intermediate mesoderm as part of early metanephric formation. Mesonephric duct does not form uterus or urethra. As far as I know I made up the term "gonadal bud".
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||The [[BGDB_Sexual_Differentiation_-_Early_Embryo#Kidney_and_Mesonephric_Duct|ureteric  bud]] is a single epithelial branch forming from each mesonephric duct, that extends laterally into intermediate mesoderm as part of early metanephric formation. Mesonephric duct does not form uterus or urethra. As far as I know I made up the term "gonadal bud".
  
 
{The allantois, cloaca, urinary bladder, hindgut and yolk sac are all lined with endoderm  
 
{The allantois, cloaca, urinary bladder, hindgut and yolk sac are all lined with endoderm  

Latest revision as of 15:45, 22 September 2016

Here are a few simple questions that relate to renal development.

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1

The sequential development of the renal structures within intermediate mesoderm can best be described as:

  pronephros, mesonephros, metanephros
  pronephros, metanephros, mesonephros
  mesonephric duct, metanephros, mesonephros
  mesonephric duct, paramesonephric duct, metanephros
  ureteric bud, ureter, urinary bladder

2

The lower end of the mesonephric duct branches to form the:

  ureteric bud
  uterus bud
  urethral bud
  gonadal bud
  none of the above

3

The allantois, cloaca, urinary bladder, hindgut and yolk sac are all lined with endoderm

  true
  false

4

The relative movement of organs with the peritoneal cavity can best be described as:

  descent of the adrenal glands and gonads
  ascent of the adrenal glands and genital tubercle
  ascent of the kidneys and descent of the gonads
  descent of the kidneys and adrenal glands
  none of the above

5

Which of the following statements about the cloaca is/are correct:

  The cloaca is an early embryonic structure lined by endoderm.
  The cloaca extends into the connecting stalk.
  The cloaca is divided in development by the urogenital septum.
  The mesonephric ducts fuse to the anterior wall of the cloaca.
  The cloacal membrane degenerates at the same time as the buccopharyngeal membrane.


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