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  • 1. By: BJ Lane Dylan Lewis Period:2 Science Kuhar
  • 2.  The excretory system collects and eliminates wastes from the body and regulates the level of fluids in the body.
  • 3.  Kidney  Bladder  Ureter  Urethra
  • 4. The excretory system interacts with the digestive system because it collects waste in the intestines.  It also interacts with the circulatory system because it collects waste product in the blood.  Another system it interacts with is the urinary system because it removes liquid waste. 
  • 5. The excretory system interacts with the integumentary system because it removes excess salt and water.  It also interacts with respiratory system because it removes carbon dioxide and water. 
  • 6. This system helps in homeostasis by removing excess wastes and liquids.  It also regulates the level of fluids by elimination. 
  • 7. What does the excretory system do?  How dot he parts of the excretory system work together?  How does the excretory system interact with other body system?  Why does sweat or any material leave your body? 