Article no. P1443201 | Type: Experiments
Compared to the liver, the kidney is a rather small organ, however, it is the most significant excretion organ in humans apart from the skin and the lungs. Water and the substances dissolved in it are first transferred to the renal corpuscle (Malpighian
body). The liquid travels through delicate tubes, i.e. renal tubes, while a part of the substances is returned to the blood. Ultimately, the excessive proportion of water, salts, and decomposition products are passed on to the urinary bladder and then excreted.
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- Explore and explain the morphology of the renal corpuscles.
- Excretion organ
- Renal corpuscle
- Delicate tubes