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The excretory system

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  • 1. Digestive system takes down food into wastes making nutrients for the body.  Another function part of the excretory system is the bladder that removes wastes like urine so it will not turn into toxic and damage organs. 
  • 2. Kidney-The bean-shaped organ that filters, or removes, waste from blood  Ureter-Urine leaves each kidney through a tube  Bladder-Muscular sac that holds the urine until the urine is excreted  Uretha-Urine leaves a bladder through a tube 
  • 3. The bladder and urethra systems work together to make urine and other toxics leave the body  The excretory system also works with the nervous system to receive information from your five senses-vision, hearing, smell, tastes, and touch 
  • 4.  The excretory system filters wastes from the blood. Which is the removal of wastes from the digestive system. The hypothalamous is an area of the brain that helps maintain homeostasis. Water is retained in the blood instead of being excreted in the urine.
  • 5. Kidney disease: The nephrons are damages and the ability of the kidneys fail to filter also your blood is reduce.Diabetes,high blood pressure and poison causes this  Bladder control: The bladder releases urine involuntarily occurs in women more often than men.Muscle weakness and prostate causes this. 
  • 6.  Urinary tract infection: Infections usually occur in the bladder or urethra, but infections can also occur in the kidney and ureters. Symptoms can include burning during urination, small and frequent urination, and the blood and urine. Bacteria in the urinary system cause this.
  • 7. The average person pees about 3000 times a year  A kidney is shaped like a bean  Kidneys produce hormones 

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