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Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Collecting ducts, Major and Minor Calyxs, Renal Pelvis, and Ureter
Ureteric bud
Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Renal glomerulus, Bowman’s capsule, Prox. Convoluted tubule, Loop of henle, Dist. Convoluted tubule, and Connecting tubule
Metanephric Mesoderm
Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Urinary bladder, inferior 2/3 of the vagina, female urethra, vaginal vestibule, and the male urethra (prostatic, membranous, and proximal)
Urogential sinus
Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Distal part of penile urethra
Glandular plate
Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Urachus (median umbilical fold)
Allantois
Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Ovarian ligament, round ligament of the uterus
Gubernaculum
Which embryonic structure is a derivative of the Tunica vaginalis (serous membrane covering the testis)
Processus Vaginalis: the saccus vaginalis of the peritoneum, which in the fetus preceded the descent of the testis from the abdomen into the scrotum It precedes the testis in their descent down within the gubernaculum.