Excretory system - ureters, Biology

URETERS

  • From hilum of each kidney emerges out a tube. Wall is thick.
  • Lumen is star shaped. 28 cm. long. Transitional epithelium present in wall.
  • Open in to urinary bladder by their separate openings which are obliquely placed.
  • Excretory products move forward to check back flow.
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