Urinary and Endocrine system Arlee Tensen

Urinary diagram

Urinary system

Kidney: two bean shaped organs under the ribs, it filters waste from your blood and makes pee

Bladder: a sack behind the pubic bone, it holds your pee until you go to the bathroom

Ureter: two thin tubes, it takes your pee from the kidney to the bladder

Endocrine system

Endocrine

Thyroid gland: looks like a butterfly in the chest, makes hormones that important to grow and helps you stay alert and full of energy

Thymus: a gland in the upper chest , it stimulates immune cells

Adrenal gland: on top of each kidney, it's important at all times of trouble like when your sick or stressed

Pancreas: behind the stomach, it makes seruel hormones including insulin

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