1 pore cell, 1 duct cell, 1 canal cell, and a fused pair of gland cells
If you are on A+ it is the Excretory System. Well, actually it's the Excretory System where-ever you go.
Both the digestive system and the respiratory system interacts with the excretory system. Whatever leaves the digestive system, eventually becomes waste. That waste is sent to the excretory system. Waste is formed in the respiration process. It is then released into the red blood cells and transported back to the lungs for the elimination process to occur.
The excretory system gets rid of body wastes.
The main organ in the excretory system is the kidney. The kidney is the main organ that controls the excretory systems for vertebrates. It is also part of the Urinary system which is part of the excretory system.
Excretory system gets rid of waste. Respiratory system supplies blood cells with oxygen.
The excretory system.
The digestive system produces nutrients that are required for the cells all over the body to survive. The nutrients are brought to the cells by the circulatory system, and the wastes produced by the excretory system are taken away from the cells.
The cells found in the excretory system are: one pore cell, one duct cell, one canal cell and a pair of gland cells.
No, the excretory system removes wastes!
By Excretory System
Circulatory and excretory depends on the cells XD
The circulatory system (blood).
Planaria ,which lives in fresh water ,has two strands of branching excretory tubes that open to the outside of the body through excretory pores .The simple tubular excretory is called protonephridium,Which is a network of closed tubules without internal openings.Tubular system is spread through out the body.Located along the tubulesare bulb like Flame cells
the job of the kidneys for the excretory system is to remove toxic waste from the bodyIt filters blood that contains waste collected from other cells in the body