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Organisms with the highest urine concentrations.

Answer: Mammalian desert organisms

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A small, highly toxic molecule that results from the breakdown of amino acids and nucleic acids

Answer: Ammonia

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In mammals, the main organ of excretion

Answer: What is the Kidney?

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The starting reactants of nitrogenous wastes

Answer: What are amino acids and nucleic Acids?

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Where urea forms

Answer: What is the Liver?

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Bony fish that lose water osmotically because they live in marine environments.

(drink salt water & excrete excess salt)

Answer: Osmoregulatory

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Conducts urine from bladder to outside

Answer: What is the urethra?

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A pigment produced in the liver from the breakdown of hemoglobin.

Answer: What is bilirubin?

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Glands that are associated with the kidneys

Answer: What are adrenal glands?

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Where urine is produced.

Answer: What is the Nephron?

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The 3 main ways water in humans is lost.

List them.

Answer: Urine Production, Defecation, Sweating

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Excreted as a white paste by birds.

Answer: What is Uric Acid?

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Circumstance when fish have to make physiological changes to compensate for changes in the environment.

Answer: Migrating fish

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The process by which water content and solute concentration of bodily fluids is kept at homeostasis.

Answer: What is osmoregulation?