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  1. glomeruli
  2. process
  3. duodenum (part of small intestine)
  4. bladder
  5. LIVER
  1. a 1. proteins digeted
    2. amino acids carried in blood to body cells
    3. cells convert amino groupps to ammonia. carried in blood to liver
    4. liver converts ammonia to urea (less toxic)
    5. urea carried in blood to kidneys
    6. kidney nephrons filter urea into urine
  2. b -important for metabolism.
    -involved in production & breakdown of proteins
    -produces & breaks down glycogen and toxins
    -bile is secreted
  3. c site in nephron where filtration occurs
    -involves active transport to eliminate urea while reabsorbing glucose, Na+, water
  4. d separated from stomach by duodenal sphincter., ultimate destruction of food digestion reaches completion
  5. e site storage of urine

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. -filtration
    -secretion
    -reabsorption
  2. major excretory organs. have massive amts of blood flow all the time. removes waste from bloodstream
  3. -muscular tube which leads to stomach
    -a valve (esophageal sphincter) separates it from stomach
  4. tubes which transport urine from kidneys to bladder
  5. -stores bile -> breaks down fats
    -releases bile into the duodenum

5 True/False questions

  1. stomach1. proteins digeted
    2. amino acids carried in blood to body cells
    3. cells convert amino groupps to ammonia. carried in blood to liver
    4. liver converts ammonia to urea (less toxic)
    5. urea carried in blood to kidneys
    6. kidney nephrons filter urea into urine

          

  2. large intestine (colon)-waste produced. water absorbed/ its removal produces feces
    -final part is rectum

          

  3. salibary glands- saliva starts digestive process & acts as a lubricant.
    -largest of the 3 salivary glands are the parotid glands

          

  4. ilium (part of small intestine)villi absorbs amino acids, sugars, fatty acids, & glycerol so that what is passed onto the large intestine is a thin, watery substance almost devoid of nutrients

          

  5. pharynxthroat. food passes through here from mouth to esophagus