Histology Of Uriniferous Tubules
The parenchyma of kidney consists of a large number of closely packed Uriniferous tubules.
Each uriniferous tubule comprises of two parts, which form a continuous passage:
(1) Nephron: It is 30-40 mm long and is responsible for secretion of urine.
(2) Collecting Tubule (Excretory Duct): It has a length of 20 mm and conveys urine to renal pelvis.
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