5.1.2 Excretion as an example of homeostatic control

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  • 5.1.2 Excretion as an example of homeostatic control
    • a) the term excretion and its importance in maintaining metabolism and homeostasis 
    • (b) i) the structure and functions of the mammalian liver. ii) the examination and drawing of stained sections to show the histology of liver tissue
    • (C) the structure, mechanisms of action and functions of the mammalian kidney.
    • d) the control of the water potential of the blood
    • e) the effects of kidney failure and its potential treatments 
    • f) how excretory products can be used in medical diagnosis.

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