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The Urinary System by Emi & Zoe
Transcript of The Urinary System by Emi & Zoe
Time for a game...
its a tube that carries urine.
they look like two bean-shaped organs.
And when the bladder needs to liberate substances, uses its muscles to send orders to the brain to the liquids to come out (go to the bathroom).
DESCRIPTION: Thin, soft and elastic.
How does it work with the other body
they filter waste from the blood and produce urine.
Releasing a chemical substance that allows the kidneys to effectively regulate fluids in the body. In that the Circulatory is involved too.
-Keeping other fluids in balance
-Your body makes chemical waste products it can't use. They go into your bloodstream, then pass into your kidneys.
It is a sac that holds pee.
The sac holds pee until is time to go to the toilet.
Regulate the release of urine.
When the bladder is full, the nervous system sends messages that it is time to go.
They take pee or urine from the kidney to the bladder with muscular contraction.
it carries urine from the bladder out of the body when you pee.
Information took from:
They look like two muscular thin tubes.
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THE URINARY SYSTEM IS FORMED BY...
Job: Controls slow, involuntary
movements such as the
contraction of the smooth
muscle tissue at the stomach
walls and intestines.
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