What is excretion and why is it important

What is excretion and why is it important in living organisms?

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ANSWER #1 of 4

excretion is the removing of waste. it helps get rid of toxins that can be harmful to the organism. its like water filtering- when the chemicals are EXCRETED from the water, it becomes cleaner, like an organism becomes "cleaner" when it removes waste


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What is excretion and why is it important in living organisms?



ANSWER #3 of 4

Excretion is a process by which the body gets rid of wastes and toxins that could be damaging to the body. The kidneys and liver are important components to excretion. Also, your skin, when you exercise, excretes waste as you sweat and also cools the body at the same time. Go to:http://www.akatoo.com/question.html?question_id=4914860 for more information.


ANSWER #4 of 4

Excretion is God's little joke.



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