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relate with the aid of diagrams, the structure of the kidney to its osmoregulatory and excretory functions. thank you :)

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The human excretory system functions to remove waste from the human body. This system consists of specialized structures and capillary networks that assist in the excretory process. The human excretory system includes the kidney and its functional unit, the nephron. The excretory activity of the kidney is modulated by specialized hormones that regulate the amount of absorption within the nephron.
ok and there is something called the Bowman's Capsule, what is that?
ya these r da capsule in capillary tubes

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oh ok and one more thing, can you please provide a link of how the kidneys carry out the function of excretion?????????????
sorry I cant because i have studied from my teacher..
ok thanks for your help tho !
Your very welcome

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