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Check Point Basic Processes

Check Point Basic Processes - gets rid of urine and carbon...

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Check Point: Basic Processes The one basic physiological process that I chose was getting rid of waste. Bacteria eliminate their waste by passing it through its cell membrane. Once in the cell membrane it then passes the waste through itself in either a liquid or gas form. A grasshopper eliminates their waste by an alimentary canal in their anus, from where the solid waste is eliminated. The urine waste is collected and also secreted through the same matter. Grass hoppers may defecate and urinate all at once, like frogs and birds. A fish releases their solid waste through their anus. Fish also
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Unformatted text preview: gets rid of urine and carbon dioxide through their gills. Fish essentially urinate with every breath. A bear releases waste when they take a breath. However, unlike the grasshopper they do not release solid and liquid all at once. Bears can choose to one or the other. Both the fish and the bear have alimentary canals ending in the anus from where the solid waste is eliminated. They also have a kidney for the elimination of nitrogenous waste. While each organism eliminates their waste in different ways the main objective is to ride their bodies of any harmful or built up waste....
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