Biology Practicals Class 12

Trash Out and Health
In – Excretory System

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About Simulation

  • In this simulation, you will learn about the process of excretion and human excretory system functions.
  • You will understand the process of elimination.
  • You will explore various functions of the kidney, and the functions of nephron.
  • In this biology practical, you will understand the importance of Nature’s call and its mechanism.
  • This interaction creates a very realistic environment and gives you a real-life experience.

Excretory System

  • Every step of the biology experiment, including setting up the biology practicals class 12 experimental setup, dissecting the specimen, demonstrating the models, making permanent slides, and many more, is very interactive and has been simulated in a way that is very similar to what you would do in a real lab.

Simulation Details

Duration – 30 Minutes
Easily Accessible
Language – English
Platforms – Android & Windows


  • Human excretion is a passive biological mechanism that eliminates unwanted substances from the body of an individual fluid in order to preserve internal chemical balance and guard against damage to the body.
  • Two kidneys, two ureters, a urine bladder, and a urethra make up the excretory system in humans.
  • Nephrons are a million or more tubular organs found in each kidney.
  • The kidney’s functional unit, the nephron, comprises the renal tubule and glomerulus.
  • Afferent arterioles, which are tiny branches of the renal artery, give rise to the globulus, a cluster of capillaries.
  • A proximal convoluted tubule (PCT), a Henle’s loop (HL), and a distal convoluted tubule are further separated from the renal tubule’s initial double-walled Bowman’s capsule (DCT).
  • Numerous nephron DCTs connect to a single collecting duct, most of which eventually open into the renal pelvis via the medullary pyramids.
  • The Bowman’s capsule encloses the glomerulus to create the Malpighian or renal corpuscle.

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Excretory System Kidney Nephron Bowman’s Capsule

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