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 »

The main excretory organs in most vertebrate bodies are the kidneys, liver, large intestine, skin and lungs. According to The Merck Manual Home Edition, these organs belong to different systems but all have the function ... More »

The excretory system removes the potentially toxic substances that accumulate from metabolic processes. In mammals, the primary organs used to filter the blood of excess chemicals, particularly nitrogenous wastes, are th... More »

The main excretory organs in most vertebrate bodies are the kidneys, liver, large intestine, skin and lungs. According to The Merck Manual Home Edition, these organs belong to different systems but all have the function ... More »

The four organs of excretion are the kidneys, the lungs, the skin and the liver. Excretion is the process of elimination of toxic waste products and substances in excess of requirements from the human body. More »

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 »

According to the New Health Guide Organization, the role the lungs play in the excretory system is to dispose of carbon dioxide through exhalation. This occurs when cells release carbon dioxide into the bloodstream. The ... More »