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58.Which of the following structures is lined with epithelium derived from mesoderm of the ureteric bud?

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A. Bowman's capsule b. Distal convoluted tubule

C. Loop of Henle D. Ureter


ANS. D. The transitional epithelium that lines the ureter, the renal pelvis, and the major and minor calyces is derived from mesoderm of the ureteric bud, as is the cuboidal epithelium of the collecting tubules. The simple squamous epithelium lining Bowman's capsule (choice A) is derived from mesoderm of the metanephric vesicle. The simple cuboidal epithelium lining the distal convoluted tubule (choice B) is derived from mesoderm of the metanephric vesicle. The simple squamous epithelium lining the loop of Henle (choice C) is derived from mesoderm of the metanephric vesicle.


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