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The Human Excretory System Biology 2201 Unit 3 Section 4 Excretory System The kidneys regulate the amount of water, salts and other substances in the blood.
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The Human Excretory System Notes The function of the excretory system is the excrete (get rid of) wastes that are not helpful to the ... Identify the main functions of the human organism including the digestive and excretory systems. * * Title: The Human Excretory System Author: Laura Whitener ...
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Excretory System The system that excretes waste from the body. Sponge Water flow through the sponges orifice and pores caries out the waste. Any mineral particles, that enter the sponge through the water flow system, that threaten to block the sponge, are transported through the mesohyl (a ...
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Title: Human Excretory System Author: Jane Nall Last modified by: Sam Comly Created Date: 10/26/2002 3:53:49 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show
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Excretory System Ewww! ... because of blood supply Back of abdomen near waist Filter all blood every 5 minutes Human Kidney Filtration – Step 1 Blood from renal (kidney) artery → Capillaries (all wadded up) → Nephron – cup and tube (duct) ...
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The Human Excretory System The function of the excretory system is the excrete (get rid of) wastes that are not helpful to the body. Waste Wastes that are removed include carbon dioxide, water, salt, urea and uric acid.
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* * * * 38–3 The Excretory System Slide * of 36 38–3 The Excretory System Slide * of 36 38–3 The Excretory System Slide * of 36 38–3 ... nephron ureter urethra glomerulus Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 38–3 In the human body, the kidneys play an important role in producing digestive ...
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... Retroperitoneal Human Excretory System PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation The Kidney Functions of Excretory System Nephron The Blood Supply to the Kidney Renal Corpuscle Renal Corpuscle Renal Corpuscle Function of Renal Corpuscle Nephron Function of Tubules ...
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Excretory System Getting the waste out Excretory system organs Kidney’s 1. Cortex 2. Medulla 3. Pelvis Lungs Liver Skin Urinary System Kidney’s – create urine by filtering the blood Ureters – carry urine from kidney to urinary bladder Urinary bladder – stores urine ...
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The Excretory System in the Human ... Excretion & Homeostasis Role of excretory system in homeostasis Regulates body temperature Controlling osmosis Controlling concentration of body fluids. Removing wast products of metabolism from the body.
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Organs of the human Excretory System and their function are: Lungs – remove excess carbon dioxide. Liver – produces urea and uric acid as a by-product of the breakdown of proteins. Skin – Removes excess water, salt, urea, ...
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... The Human Digestive System Author: Rebecca K. Fraker Last modified by: Teacher Bulletin Created Date: ... Arial Lucida Grande Default Design Slide 1 The Digestive System In the Mouth Esophagus Stomach Small Intestine Large Intestine Liver Gall Bladder Pancreas Fun Facts Slide ...
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... through the ureter The ureter from each kidney goes to the urinary bladder Urine leaves the body through the urethra Human Excretory System Blood Supply to the ... The selective transport of substances across the epithelium of the excretory tubule from the filtrate to the ISF ...
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The Excretory System Standard: Explain the purpose of the major organ systems in the human body The excretory system is unique because? It includes other body (organ) systems: Digestive system Respiratory system Skin (Integumentary system) Urinary system The digestive system takes in food and ...
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The Urinary System The Urinary System ... ” Medulla: inner Darker, cone-shaped medullary or renal pyramids Parallel bundles of urine-collecting tubules The human kidney has lobes Pyramid and cortical tissue surrounding it 5-11 per kidney Renal pelvis (=basin) Expanded, ...
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EXCRETORY SYSTEM (urinary) I INTRODUCTION Excretion rids body waste substances, particularly end products of metabolism. Several organs assist in the excretory process but the kidneys which are a part of the urinary systemare the primry organs of excretion.
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The job of the excretory system is to remove metabolic wastes from your body. ... Since Urea is a nitrogenous compound, from which component of human nutrition is this waste derived from? The Lungs Your lungs help to get rid of two metabolic wastes: ...
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... Flame cells Annelida: Nephrida Insects: malpighian tubules. Mollusca and all vertebrates: Kidneys Excretory system in Human beings The excretory system is made up of the following parts: Kidneys A pair ... Liver as an Excretory organ Extra amino acids are deaminated and toxic ammonia ...
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The Human Excretory System MAJOR POINTS Major Points: All cells produce waste products. Cells must maintain stable internal environments, called… homeostasis. If cells did not get rid of waste, then as waste levels increase, ...
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Organization of the Body Organization of the Body What are four types of tissues found in the human body The four types of ... section describes human organ systems and ... wastes and maintains homeostasis Excretory system Provides oxygen and removes carbon dioxide ...
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Excretory System How to make pee … Every Cell in your body produces wastes Metabolic waste, not feces (undigested material) Skin excretes water and salts in perspiration Lungs excrete CO2 as a gas Liver excretes bile pigments Kidneys excrete nitrogeneous wastes in urine Role of Kidneys ...
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The Excretory System ... Parts of the Human Excretory System: A. The Urinary System- Excretes water, nitrogenous wastes and salts as urine from the body. B. The Digestive System- Eliminates water, some salts and bile in addition to indigestible food matter.
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The circulatory system carries blood and dissolved substances to and from different places in the body. The Heart has the job of pumping these things around the body. The Heart pumps ...
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EXCRETORY SYSTEM Excretory System ... arthropods Annelid Arthropod Flatworm Malpighian tubules Digestive tract Nephridia Excretory pore Excretory tubule Flame ... Kidney (Cross Section) Cortex Medulla Vein Artery Kidney Ureter Urinary bladder Urethra The Human Urinary System Section 38 ...
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The HUMAN BODY Chapter 30 Digestive and Excretory Systems Four basic tissue types in humans: muscle – eg. Bicep, tricep connective – SHOW pkg tape (what is its purpose?
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The Excretory System 4 human excretory organs Liver Lungs Kidneys Skin METABOLIC WASTES What we're dealing with here are the organs in the body that have a role in removing metabolic wastes.
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Excretory System Excretory System Organs Lungs Carbon Dioxide Liver Sweat Glands Kidneys Excretory System Lungs Remove the waste products of cellular respiration Carbon Dioxide and ... Regulates body temperature (homeostasis). Questions Which human body system includes the lungs, liver ...
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... (lungs), yeast infection (reproduction), Candida affecting esophagus (digestive), or Kaposi’s sarcoma (integument). Human Body Team Integumentary System ... Nervous System Digestive/Excretory System Reproduction System Body Systems ENGAGE EXPLORE EXPLAIN ...
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Explain the functions of the endocrine system, excretory system, and nervous system. Endocrine ... Arial Calibri Times New Roman Office Theme Human Body Systems Interactions Test Review 1. List the levels of organization starting with the basic unit of life.
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Title: The Excretory System Author: HEHS Last modified by: A satisfied Microsoft Office User Created Date: 5/31/2001 4:57:47 PM Document presentation format
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... urea from cells to respiratory system, to excretory system What do animal cells do to stay alive? ... Slide 6 Nitrogen waste disposal in water Nitrogen waste disposal on land Human kidney Slide 10 Slide 11 Nitrogen waste disposal in egg Uric acid So why do you humans have two kinds of ...
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Human Body Systems Human Body ... hormones and cancer-causing environmental substances Bacteria in the human gut are ... System Cells of the Circulatory System Digestive System Slide 6 Slide 7 Digestive System Endocrine System Excretory System Immune System Slide 12 Slide 13 ...
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... ~jgjohnso/humanrespiratory8.jpg Title Page Introduction The Circulatory System is the main cooling and transportation system for the human body The body has about 5 liters of blood continuously traveling through it by way of the Circulatory System In the Circulatory System, the heart, ...
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HUMAN ORGANS OF EXCRETION ... The amino group is converted to ammonia and then to urea Urea is transported to the kidneys by the blood SKIN The excretory ... Arial Wingdings Calibri Ripple 1_Ripple HUMAN ORGANS OF EXCRETION LUNGS LIVER LIVER SKIN Slide 6 URINARY SYSTEM URINARY SYSTEM Slide 9 ...
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MAJOR ORGAN SYSTEMS IN THE HUMAN BODY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, & SOCIETY CLASS MR. CANOVA PERIOD 11 THE 11 MAJOR ORGAN SYSTEMS OF THE HUMAN BODY: 1) Circulatory System 2) Digestive System 3) Endocrine System 4) Excretory System 5) Immune System 6) Integumentary System 7) Muscular System 8) Nervous ...
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... Read 35-2 and do the review Notebooks due: Friday, May 4th Human Body Systems Section 35–1 This section ... System Function Converts food into simpler molecules that can be absorbed into bloodstream and then used by cells of body; eliminates waste. Excretory System Function ...
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The 11 Human Body Systems The 11 human body systems are as follows: ... Large Intestine – removes water from the chyme and gets the waste ready for excretion The Digestive System The Excretory System Purpose: to rid the body of wastes, ...
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Times New Roman Wingdings Sunny Days The Excretory System STRUCTURES PowerPoint Presentation Specifics… PowerPoint Presentation Specifics… Formation of urine! Waste flows ...
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(1998). Super Anatomy Collection 1-9. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins, All rights reserved. * Human Excretory System Normal metabolic activity generates waste products ... Here, we will focus on the human body, studying form (anatomy) and function (physiology). The two go hand-in-hand and ...
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Body Systems Jeopardy S Y S T E M 100 What system is responsible for eliminating waste from the body? EXCRETORY SYSTEM 100 How many bones are found in an adult human? 206 100 I consist of the stomach, mouth, small intestines and esophagus.
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Human Excretory system Human excretory system is composed of kidney, ureter,bladder, urethra. Each human kidney contains about a million nephrons, and their organization within the kidney is very regular. All of the glomeruli are located in the cortex.
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Homeostasis the steady-state ... the flame-bulb system of a planarian Metanephridia of an earthworm Malpighian tubules of insects The human excretory system Mammalian Excretory System renal artery and renal vein Urine exits the kidneys through the ureter The ureters of both kidneys enter the ...
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Human Body Systems. On-Level Biology Book: Chapters 34 – 39. Pre-AP Biology Book: Chapters 35 - 40. Digestive System. On-Level Biology Book: Pages 917 – 928. ... Excretory System. On-Level Biology Book: Pages 985 – 991. Pre-AP Biology Book: Pages 985 - 995.
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There are nearly a hundred trillion cells that make up the human body. ... System Circulatory System Section 35-1 Figure 35-2 Human Organ Systems Part I Respiratory System Digestive System Excretory System Endocrine System Reproductive System Lymphatic System Section 35-1 Figure 35-2 Human ...
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... Control of the Internal Environment AIM: How do organisms deal with metabolic waste? III. Human Excretory System F. Kidney Stones (for Joel) i. AKA renal calculi ii. ... Your blood pressure will be high and your kidneys really can’t do anything about it because if they remove water, ...
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... To Game Board The male sex cell is the what? $300 Sperm cell $300 To Game Board What two systems work together for a human ... * * * * * Enjoy Human Body Jeopardy ... Endocrine system What body system is responsible for elimination of liquid and gaseous wastes? Excretory system ...
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The Human Body Interactive PowerPoint Mr. Wagner Menu Digestive System Respiratory System Circulatory System Muscular System Skeletal System Nervous System Integumentary System Endocrine System Reproductive System Excretory System Immune System Digestive System Menu Gross & Cool Facts!
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Respiration & the Human Body Systems Respiration & the Human Body Systems The formula and illustrations must be aligned exactly as shown below. ... Respiratory System Digestive System Circulatory Systems All Body Cells Excretory System ...
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Excretory System Function: Collects wastes produced by cells and removes the wastes from the body. Organs Kidneys Eliminate urea, ... Arial Calibri Kristen ITC Office Theme Human Body Systems Warm Up Skeletal System Skeletal System Organs of the Skeletal System Bone Marrow THINK ...
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