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Unformatted text preview: Large Intestine: Long tube responsible for reabsorption of water to form solid feces. Contains a rectum to store the waste and an anus to dispose of it. EXCRETORY Kidney: Contains filtering tubes called nephrons. Kidneys produce water waste able to pass through the bladder and eventually through the urethra. Nephron- Contains complex of tubules to carry waste. Is the site of filtration, secretion, and reabsorption. Bladder: Has openings where the Ureter tubes are connected to bring water waste from the kidneys. The bladder then stores the waste. Then it releases the water waste through a tube called the urethra where the water waste is released from the body....
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- Spring '08