Name the passage in sequence through which urine passes from kidney to the outside in humans. How is urine prevented from flowing back into the ureters?
Asked by adalroshan2464 | 14th May, 2019, 11:17: AM
The ureters join the bladder at an angle so a flap is created. This flap prevents urine flowing back from the bladder into the ureters and the kidneys.This valve is also important as it stops the high pressure created at urination affecting the kidneys. The valve also lets you get rid of the urine in the bladder in one go, as the urine cannot travel anywhere else.
Answered by Sivanand Patnaik | 14th May, 2019, 04:26: PM
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