The kidneys act as a filter to remove toxins (harmful materials) from our blood. There are two ureters (one for each kidney) which connect the kidneys to the bladder. Urine passes from the kidney where it is stored temporarily in the bladder. A urethra connects to the bladder and opens on the outside of our bodies, allowing the stored urine to be eliminated when we urinate (pee).
The main function of the ureter is to transport urine from the kidneys to the bladder. There are two ureters in the body, and they are connected to each kidney.
The Ureter(s) [there are two of them] carry urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
The section of the ureter that is closest to the kidneys is referred to as being proximal.
The ureter is a tube connected to the kidneys and bladder in cats. The function of the ureter is to move urine to the bladder.
The kidneys and the bladder
Ureter from kidneys, urethra for excretion.
No, it begins in the kidneys.
In both males and females, the ureter transports urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
No, each kidney has its own ureter leading to the bladder so there are two ureters.
The ureter is a "tube" that connects the kidney to the bladder.
a tube, the ureter connects the kidneys to the bladder. Then the urethra goes from the bladder outwards
It is a narrow tube that connects the kidneys to the bladder.
Kidneys filter your blood of toxins and foreign, unwanted substances. It's really cool that you only need one to survive. :)nephrons,glomerulus,ureter
the Excretory system is made up of: The Kidneys The Bladder The Ureter The Urethra The Kidneys secrete urine The Bladder is where urine is collected and temporarily stored The Ureter conveys urine from the kidneys to the bladder The Urethra discharges urine from the bladder to the exterior
the urethra , bladder ,ureter
the ureters are the tubes that carries urine from the kidneys to the bladder.
Yes it is it typically goes along with the kidneys
Urethra, The Ureter and the bladder.
bladder kidneys ureter urethra
The ureter is the tube that leads from the kidneys to the bladder (in mammals).
2 kidneys 2 urethra bladder and ureter
ureter See the image above.
They are both tubes that transport urine. The Ureter travels from the kidneys to the bladder. The urethra carries urine out of the body from the bladder.
Of course. The kidneys are connected to ureter tubes; waste is filtered through the kidneys and emerges as (relatively!) clean urine.