What do the kidneys do to help the excretory system?
It helps cleaning our blood, because without the kidneys a person could not live. If a person's kidneys are not functioning, they can be exposed to a dialysis machine which help keep the kidneys cleaning the blood.
The kidneys also produce urea, a major part of urine.
one system is the excretory system. The excretory system also contains the ureter, bladder, and urethra. Excretory system. The kidneys filter toxins from the blood so that you can get rid of them in your urine. The excretory system. urinary The kidney is part of the excretory system and is regulated by the endocrine system. It is responsible for regulating water concentration and the extraction of urea and excessive ions. The kidneys are a part…
The excretory system. You have multiple answers....it's excretory. It's not really the endocrine system although the adrenal glands (located right on the kidney) are in the endocrine system. There is absolutely an excretory system and it's not just the kidneys that are involved but the lungs (excrete co2) the intestines (digestive yes but also excrete waste) and obviously the kidney, bladder, ureters and urethra. The kidneys are part of the urinary system.