Urinary System. Introduction. Ammonia (NH 4 ). As proteins and nucleic acids are catabolized , nitrogenous wastes , including ammonia, are produced in all animals. NH4 is water-soluble, a strong base, and can change the pH of blood. It must be eliminated!. How is NH 4 eliminated?.
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Kidneys– Produce Urine
Ureters– Transport Urine
Urinary Bladder– Stores Urine
Urethra– Transports Urine
Travels thru the collecting ducts in the renal medulla
Drips out of the renal papillae into the minor calcyes
Flows thru the major calyces
Flows thru the urethra
Flows thru the renal pelvis
Flows thru and is stored in the urinary bladder
Flows thru the ureter
Urine Flow from the Kidneys