Lesson 12 study guide
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Which organ excretes gaseous waste?29
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Which organ excretes gaseous waste?
Which organ is involved in detoxification?
What organ is urine produced (created) by?
What connects the kidneys to the bladder?
Liquid waste products excreted through the urethra are called:
How is urine produced?
Blood is filtered by kidneys
By drinking water
Blood is filtered by liver
Leftover from digestion60s
The functional unit of the kidney (the filters) ?
______ is waste produced by the liver.
What can a person do if their kidneys completely stop functioning?
nothing - they die
drink more water
What type of food is beneficial for our gut bacteria?
What happens to the water in our kidneys when we are dehydrated?
It is reabsorbed by the nephron and sent back into the bloodstream
It is secreted by the nephron and sent to the ureters
The nephrons create more water
The kidneys make our intestines absorb more water60s
This type of digestion involves enzymes breaking down food into molecules to be absorbed by cells.
This type of digestion involves breaking food into smaller pieces
What kind of muscle is involved in peristalsis?
Waves of contracting muscle that move food throughout our digestive tract is called:
the bile process
The muscular tube in the throat that leads to the stomach:
This substance is secreted by the liver, stored in the gallbladder and breaks up large fat molecules (lipids) in the large intestine:
The FIRST step of chemical digestion involves the enzymes in your:
This organ is responsible for most water absorption in the digestive tract:
This organ contains a large surface area, including villi and microvilli, which allow it to absorb the digested nutrients in our digestive tract:
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