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  • 1. SCIENCE
  • 2. PLANT
    EXCRETION
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  • 6. INDEX
    1. General Information
    2. Process
    3. Transpiration
    4. Conclusion
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  • 8. CELL
    EXCRETION
  • 9. The cell could open the cell membrane on the
    outside of the cell, letting the Garbage out without
    losing any cytoplasm or letting anything else in.
    Wastes
    cytoplasm
  • 10. ANIMAL
    EXCRETION
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  • 12. HUMAN
    EXCRETION
  • 13. What is it?
    The excretory system is the body system that separates and gives off the waste from the body, usually as urine or sweat.
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  • 17. HOW DOES H2O AFFECT HUMAN EXCRETION?
    BY:Elena Rubio
    Maria Camila Martinez
  • 18. Drinking to much water affects human excretion
    Ingesting more water than you need can increase your total blood volume. And since your blood volume exists within a closed system - your blood circulatory system - needlessly increasing your blood volume on a regular basis puts unnecessary burden on your heart and blood vessels.
    Your kidneys must work overtime to filter excess water out of your blood circulatory system.
    Your kidneys are not the equivalent of a pair of plumbing pipes whereby the more water you flush through your kidneys, the cleaner they become; rather, the filtration system that exists in your kidneys is composed in part by a series of specialized capillary beds called glomeruli. Your glomeruli can get damaged by unnecessary wear and tear over time, and drowning your system with large amounts of water is one of many potential causes of said damage.