and the bodily process of discharging wastes. Responsible for the elimination of wastes produced by homeostasis.The excretory system is the system of an organism's body that performs the function of excretion. .

. Removing solid waste and get rid of fluids.Is a process by which waste materials from the oxidation of food in cell metabolism are removed from the living cells.

Are the core organs involved in the excretory system. .

. sending it to your bladder for storage in the form of urine. commonly known as pee. It removes the urea from the blood.Also known as Special Filter.

Produced by Kidneys.It is the result of the excretory system balancing the amount of water and salts in your body. .

Urine leaves your body through the process of urination. Eventually as it becomes full. you will feel a sensation telling your brain that you need to remove it from your body. .Slowly your bladder fills up with the urine being produced by your kidneys. commonly known as peeing.

• Ureter: Tube that carries urine from a kidney to the urinary bladder. . • Urethra: Duct leading from the urinary bladder to outside the body through which urine is eliminated.

• SALT –Reaction between acids and bases.By product of dehydration synthesis. • CARBON DIOXIDE. • UREA –Chemical compound of carbon.• WATER. . nitrogen.By product of cellular respiration. and oxygen produced as waste by cells that break down protein. hydrogen.

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