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Urinary System. Yes. We ARE serious. Please stop laughing. By: Kirk Risher Matt Phillips Sikandar Raza Ian Smith. Function of the Urinary System. You Urinary system is made up of four organs that produce, store, and obliterate wastes. It cleans blood & maintains the body’s water levels.

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Urinary system

Urinary System

Yes. We ARE serious. Please stop laughing.

By:

Kirk Risher

Matt Phillips

Sikandar Raza

Ian Smith


Function of the urinary system
Function of the Urinary System

You Urinary system is made up of four organs that produce, store, and obliterate wastes. It cleans blood & maintains the body’s water levels.


Key organs of the urinary system

Kidney

Bladder

Uretha

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Ureters

Key Organs of the Urinary System


Kidney

  • Humans have two

  • Goal is to filter water soluble materials

  • Develops urine

  • Regulates electrolytes

  • Maintain pH system

Kidney



Urethra

Urethra



Links

Links to Organs

Links to Systems

Blood is filtered in through the Kidneys where they develop urine from Urea and water. The Ureters send the urine to the Bladder where it is stored until it is time to be sent to the Urethra and out the Body.

  • Nervous System-Impulse is sent to bladder.

  • Cardiovascular System-Blood is filtered to Kidneys to restore water and pH balance.

  • Digestive System-creates wastes that is filtered and eliminated.

  • Endocrine System-The Pituitary gland controls retention of water.

  • Immune System-Sends cracker cells to problem sites in the Kidneys.

  • Respiratory System- Gives oxygen to the Brain, which sends nervous impulses to the bladder to expel wastes.

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Cause of death for the woman

Cause of Death for the Woman


Citations

Citations


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