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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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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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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Excretory System General Every cell in the body produces metabolic wastes, such as excess salts, carbon dioxide and urea (a toxic compound produced when amino acids are used for energy) The process by which these metabolic wastes are eliminated is known as excretion.
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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 ...
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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 body. Waste Wastes that are removed include carbon dioxide, water, salt, urea and uric acid.
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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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... 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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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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Controlling the Internal Environment Chapter 40 The Big Picture The excretory system is a regulatory system that helps to maintain homeostasis within the body Homeostasis = the dynamic constancy of the internal environment The excretory system eliminates wastes and functions in osmoregulation.
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Excretory System Ewww! Giggle, giggle Excretion Digestive System Respiratory System Skin Urinary System H2O, undigested food H2O, CO2 H2O, salts H2O, salts, poisons Why do we need to drink lots of water?
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Title: Comparative Anatomy: Animal Body Systems: Excretory System Author: Amanda F. Collins Last modified by: AISD Employee Created Date: 4/15/2009 7:56:53 PM
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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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nephron ureter urethra glomerulus Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall 38–3 In the human body, the kidneys play an ... END OF SECTION Slide * of 36 Slide * of 36 38–3 The Excretory System Slide * of 36 38–3 The Excretory System Slide * of 36 38–3 The Excretory System ...
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... Excretory System Human Excretory System PowerPoint Presentation PowerPoint Presentation Excretory System Problems PowerPoint Presentation ...
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THE EXCRETORY SYSTEM ... 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 ...
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Aim: why is the excretory system so important to all organisms Do Now: state the difference between egestion and excretion. Homework: None Aim: How does the build up of waste affect our body’s?
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EXCRETORY SYSTEM EXCRETION The process of removal of metabolic wastes from the body. Osmoregulation The process by which living organisms maintain an osmotic pressure in the body by regulating the amount of water and salts.
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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 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 Urinary System The Urinary System Paired kidneys A ureter for each kidney Urinary bladder Urethra Main Functions of Urinary System Kidneys filter blood to keep it pure Toxins Metabolic wastes Excess water Excess ions Dispose of nitrogenous wastes from blood Urea Uric acid Creatinine Regulate ...
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Excretory System Help maintain homeostasis by regulating water balance and removing harmful substances. Osmoregulation The absorption and excretion of water and dissolved substances so that proper water balance is maintained between the organism and its surroundings.
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Circulatory System Lungs Body cells Our circulatory system is a double circulatory system. This means it has two parts parts. the right side of the system deals with deoxygenated blood. the left side of the system deals with oxygenated blood. The ...
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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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The Excretory System eliminates waste products from the body. Organs/Components. ... The nervous system works with many other systems, but works closely with the: Digestive system. Muscular system. Integumentary System. On-Level Biology Book: Pg 893 – 898.
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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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Human Body Systems Human Body ... regulates other organ systems Interactions with other systems Nervous system and circulatory system Excretory System Major Structures kidneys, urinary bladder, ureters, urethra, skin, lungs; ...
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Kidneys 2008-2009 Animal cells move material across the cell membrane by diffusion nutrients in from digestive system fuels for energy in from digestive system oxygen in from respiratory system waste out CO2, urea from cells to respiratory system, to excretory system What do animal cells do to ...
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Title: The Excretory System Author: Palatine High School Last modified by: Palatine High School Created Date: 5/21/2003 7:22:41 PM Document presentation format
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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 Body Systems Section 35–1 ... Cells Tissues Organs Organ systems Converts food so it can be used by cells Digestive system ... and helps to regulate body temperature Circulatory system Eliminates wastes and maintains homeostasis Excretory system Provides oxygen ...
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Excretory System (urinary system) Use your textbooks to record the main function of the urinary system on the back of the urinary system sheet. Slide 2 Check your answers using the following slides.
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Human Body Systems Interactions Test Review 1. List the levels of organization starting with the basic unit of life. Create an example using the human body. ... Explain the functions of the endocrine system, excretory system, and nervous system. Endocrine ...
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... nutrients, wastes Major organs: Heart, Arteries, Veins Excretory System Role: Filters wastes from blood ... Arial Tahoma Times New Roman Wingdings Compass Introduction to Human Body Systems Circulatory system Excretory System Digestive System Reproductive System ...
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Title: Excretory System Author: Solon Board of Education Last modified by: Solon Board of Education Created Date: 3/17/2009 12:40:32 PM Document presentation format
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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) ...
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3.4.6 The Excretory System in the Human Objectives – What you will need to know from this section Explain the role of the excretory system in homeostasis -- the ability and necessity to maintain constancy of body temperature, fluid balance and chemistry.
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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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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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The Excretory System Excretion- removal of waste produced during body functions Occurs through: Intestine- digestive wastes, salts Skin (sweat glands)- water, electrolytes Lungs- carbon dioxide, water Kidneys- toxins, water, N cmpds, ...
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The human body obtains these ... Hair and Nails Skeletal System Muscular System Respiratory System Circulatory System Nervous System Digestive/Excretory System Reproduction System Body Systems ENGAGE EXPLORE EXPLAIN ELABORATE EVALUATE Slide 25 ENGAGE ...
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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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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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... What are the 11 organ systems of the human body? Integumentary (skin), nervous, muscular, digestive, skeletal, reproductive, endocrine, respiratory, circulatory ... eliminates waste. Excretory System Function Eliminates waste products from body using kidneys, bladder and urine to maintain ...
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Topic: Excretory System Aim: Describe parts & functions of the Excretory System. Do Now: Describe the path of food through the digestive system.
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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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... groups of organs that perform a specific purpose in the human body ***The purpose of the 11 organ systems is for the human body to maintain homeostasis. The 11 ... removes water from the chyme and gets the waste ready for excretion The Digestive System The Excretory System Purpose: ...
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Excretory systems Excretory wastes CO2, O2, nitrogenous wastes, bile abscission, guttation Functions of excretory system Excretory organs control the osmolarity and the volume of blood and tissue fluid by excreting solutes that are present in excess.
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