A. the bladder
B. Bowman’s capsule
C. tubules in the kidney
D. ureters between the kidney and the bladder
A. The lungs push carbon dioxide from red blood cells out of the body through exhalation.
B. The lungs convert poisonous gas into oxygen that the body can use.
C. The lungs push nitrogen into the digestive system so that it can be removed by the body.
D. The lungs help protective cells in the body break down gaseous urea.
B. memory loss
C. toxic buildup
D. difficulty breathing
A. extracting energy from food
B. maintaining homeostasis
C. moving nutrients through the body
D. gathering information
A. introducing more oxygen into the lungs.
B. circulating blood into and out of the lungs.
C. removing carbon dioxide that is produced during respiration.
D. removing urine that is produced during respiration.
A. large intestine
A. It reabsorbs water from filtrate.
B. It forms urine.
C. It removes urea from the body.
D. It processes undigested food into feces.
A. difficulty passing urine
B. inability to grow hair
C. buildup of toxins
D. limited feces production
A. carbon dioxide, hydrogen, and water
B. salt, urea, and water
C. urine, alcohol, and water
D. fats, ammonia, and water
What is the main function of this organ?
A. producing urine from unusable substances
B. excreting salt and urea out of the body
C. converting toxins to less toxic forms
D. digesting foods and liquids
C. large intestine
A. blood in
B. CO2 out
C. O2 in
D. blood out
A. small intestine
A. He built the machine and tried it with various patients, collecting data about its effectiveness.
B. When a patient’s kidneys failed, he wondered if it would be possible to perform kidney functions with an external machine.
C. He researched and collected data about numerous patients who exhibited symptoms of kidney failure.
D. He drew conclusions from studies of various symptoms of kidney failure, and drew a design for the ideal external blood-processing machine.
A. pH balance.
B. skin temperature.
C. O2-to-CO2 ratio.
D. circulation rate.