The primary function of the excretory system is to rid the body of waste to maintain homeostasis. The excretory system also regulates the balance of water, salts and other minerals within the body. Several different orga... More » Science Human Anatomy

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 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 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 »

The respiratory system helps maintain homeostasis by regulating the intake of air into the body and by removing carbon dioxide from the blood, which in turn assists the circulatory system's function and many other operat... More »

The excretory system is a collection of organs tasked with removing excess nitrogen and other toxins from the body. The kidneys, liver and large intestine perform most of the filtration duties. Solid waste passes out thr... More »

The main function of the cardiovascular system is to transport nutrients, waste products and gases around the body. Moreover, it protects the body from blood loss and infection, helps the body keep a constant body temper... More »