Does your body excrete most of things that you eat through skin as well for example milk?
No. Very few components of the human deitary survive digestion to be secreted while perspiring. Some of the VERY few are... * Salt -- this is to maintain homeostasis * Garlic -- this isn't proven but observed * Fermented Fish --- ditto. * DMSO (Dimethylsul;foxide) -- this is used as a transdermal medium and smells like garlic. I don't understand the properties, but it's not clear how "secretion" works in this instance. So basically no -- you don't secrete food through your skin.
Okay, the answer I got for this question was that mammals excrete in two ways. The first was in during the digestive system. It simply means that the waste goes through the body and out the anus. The other way is that they go through chemical waste. This means whenever a mammal breathes for example, you breathe in air but you must breathe out the chemical carbon dioxide from the body.
Okay, the answer i got for this question was that mammals excrete in two ways. The first was in during the digestive system, It simply means that the waste goes through the body and out the anus. The other way is that they go through chemical waste. This means whenever a mammal breathes for example, you breathe in air but you must breathe out the chemical carbon dioxide from the body.
it makes the room stink Excretion is separating or eliminating waste from the body. For example, when we go to the bathroom, we excrete "poo-poo" from our body through the anus. Our "poo-poo" is the waste eliminated from our body. Another is the sweat. When we perspire, our excretory system separates the sweat from our body.
Amphibians, like any other animal in the animal kingdom, excrete in the same way that we do. Amphibians excrete through, obviously, feces, and urine. They also rid themselves of waste through their sweat glands; many wastes exit the body through the form of sweat. The last most common form, is through respiration. Carbon dioxide is considered to be a waste, and it, along with many other gasses are released from the body through your breath!
Pretty much like every other mammal. Through our colon, which is attached to our anus. Our urine is passed through our bladder, through our ureters, down our urethra and out of our body. Standing up or sitting down, either way, it comes out. But humans excrete waste in a toilet and animals excrete waste in their surroundings.
Parameciums are very unique. They are little organisms that do not have brains, eyes, ears or a heart but can sense gravity, light and temperature. THEY EAT BY EATING THROUGH A HOLE IN ONE SIDE OF THEIR BODY, DIGEST IT, AND EXCRETE IT THROUGH THE OTHER SIDE. The side that they excrete it through, is called the anal pore.
Energy is lost through Heat; which is used to obtain & digest food, excrete waste, and maintain body temperature. Energy is lost through waste energy, or energy that is not required for the action or device. For example a hair dryer is needed for heat. It also gives out sound energy. This energy is wasted.
The crayfish can excrete wastes through blood. Blood is forced through the arteries that empty into spaces within the body cavity. Once the blood has drained through these spaces and bathed the organs, it collectst in the large ventral sternal sinus. As the blood circulates, the green gland filters out waste materials. The fluid waste is then excreted through a pore just anterior to the mouth.
for a more medical answer, your body excretes waste in many ways. * when you exhale, you excrete carbon dioxide * you excrete feces during a bowel movement * you excrete urea in your urine when you urinate * you excrete waste when you sweat I may be missing a few, however, I feel that this is more accurate than poo and wizz
Many things in the human body are basic. Blood, for example, is slightly basic (having a pH of 7.35-7.45). Pancreatic fluid and cerebrospinal fluid are also slightly basic. Bicarbonate is one of the most important bases in the human body because it acts as a buffer, meaning it helps to neutralize acids in the blood. The kidneys either retain or excrete bicarbonate to help control the pH of the blood.