The urinary system is part of the excretory system, which is one of the most important systems of our body. Without excretion, we would be filled with toxins and impurities that would occupy our body and never leave. It is because of the excretory system, which pumps out the waste material of our body through sweat, stools and urine, that we are able to remain healthy.
The urinary system is mainly involved in collecting the urine from the kidneys, storing it and expelling it.
The way in which the urinary system depends on other body systems is simple. The urine is nothing but impurities and water. The body is composed of up to three-fourths of water. This water is important to move many nutrients in the body, and to help with the processes that go on within it such as digestion and sending energy to all the different parts. When the body is ready to expel impurities, it collects them in the kidney along with the water, which forms into urine. This urine is then expelled out of the body by way of the urethra.
Kidneys are an important part of the urinary system, and they are dependent on other body systems to be able to collect all the toxins of the body, and wait for the body to respond with proper impurities before it can create the urine, collect it and expel it.
In this way, the urinary system is dependent on the other systems of the body to carry out its functions normally.
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