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What are the functions of the ureters?

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The organ system in a body that functions to excrete the waste out of the body is termed as the excretory system. The excretory system helps to eliminate the waste products that are the result of homeostasis. The various components of the excretory system are the liver, kidneys, skin, and lungs.

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Ureters are the tubes in the excretory system that carries urine from each kidney to the bladder. In the urine bladder, urine is stored for a certain ti...

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