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Excretory Stations GLE #7

Station #1

On an average, you urinate about 1500 mL of urine each day! That is about 3 large
beakers of urine.

Figure out the following:

1. How many liters (L) does this equal?
2. How many soda bottles does this equal?

Station #2

Draw the urinary system

On your piece of paper draw a kidney. Make sure you include correct shape, location and
color for the following structures.

*You may want to draw two kidneys or just one*

1. outer kidney: light brown
2. urinary bladder: yellow
3. nephron: black
4. urethra: purple
5. inner kidney: orange
6. funnels: purple
7. ureter: green
8. artery: red
9. vein: blue
10. capillary: red
11. capillary: blue

8-11 make sure they connect correctly!!!!!!!!!

Station #3

Find 10 diseases that affect the organ of the excretory system. Be sure to include the
following for each disease.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Write the name of the disease
What organ is it affecting
How does the disease affect the organ
Treatment

Station #4

Trace the path that makes urine & takes urine out of the body. Use the following words:
(9)

Artery
Funnel
Capillary
Capsule
Nephron
Ureter
Urethra
Urinary bladder
Waste is removed

Station #5

Look at your skin using a hand lens. Draw what it looks like. Be very specific
(include any lines, hair, marks, etc.)

Station #6

Write the path Carbon dioxide and water vapor take out of the body. Use the following
words: (11)

Alveoli
Bronchus
Bronchiole
Capillary
Carbon dioxide and water are removed
Epiglottis
Larynx
Leaving the lung
Mouth./nose
Pharynx
Trachea

Station #7

Explain how the following groups of terms are related.

1.
2.
3.
4.

Kidney, nephron, capsule
Ureter, urinary bladder, urethra
liver, amino acids, urea
skin, epidermis, dermis

Station #8

Label a diagram on the kidney in class

Station #9

List the 4 main excretory organs
What is the function of each organ

Station 10

What is the function of the excretory system
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Garry Anderson,
Apr 12, 2012, 6:29 AM
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