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The major organs of the urinary system are the urethra, the bladder, two kidneys and two ureters. These organs work together to rid the body of waste, which is excreted in the form of urine. More »

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Sometimes condensed into less than seven functions, the human urinary system acts to remove the waste products of urea and uric acid, regulate electrolytes, regulate the pH of blood, control blood volume, maintain blood ... More »

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According to The Pig Site from 5m Publishing, the urinary bladder of the pig is part of the animal's urinary tract system. The urinary system functions to remove toxins from a pig's blood and maintain the fluid levels in... More »

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The urinary bladder is a hollow muscular organ that stores urine. It is situated in the pelvis and is approximately the size and shape of a pear when empty, notes WebMD. The bladder expands to varying sizes depending on ... More »

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The excretory system is a system of organs that work together to rid the body of any waste. The excretory systems includes the lungs, ureter, urethra, liver, urinary bladder, kidneys and skin. The excretory system contro... More »

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The major organs of the excretory system are the skin, the lungs, the kidneys, the liver, the urinary system and the large intestine. These organs function to eliminate waste and excess materials from the body, but the e... More »

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The heart and the lungs are the primary organs of the circulatory system. The lungs are responsible for adding oxygen to blood. This oxygen-rich blood is then pumped to the heart, which then circulates it through the art... More »

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