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its created by the kidneys in the excretory system

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Urea is produced by the liver and is excreted by the kidneys as a part of urine.


Urea is organic regardless of how it is produced. Its chemical formula is: CO(NH2)2https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urea#Chemical_industry


urea not that this is NOT urine


As you might expect, urea is produced in the kidneys and excreted as urine through the bladder.


They kidneys get rid of the urea produced by the liver. The skin also excretes a small amount of urea in the sweat.


Urea is produced in the liver and is a metabolite of amino acids. Excess ammonium ions are also converted to urea.


It is organic however it is produced. That is because it is a carbon compound.


Urea is a waste product produced by the body, which it needs to get rid of, and it does that through the kidneys, by excreting urea in urine (NH2)2CO... It comes from the breakdown of Amino Acids.


Urea is produced by the liver and released into the blood, which transports it to the kidneys to be filtered.


Urea is a chemical compound produced by the kidneys and excreted as one of the components of urine. Urine is mostly water.


liver. Urea comes from the breakdown of proteins ultimately. But there are lots of conversions along the way between amino acids. Ammonia is one of the nitrogen donors to make urea


Urea is made in the body by the liver, it is a by product produced in the process of removing ammonia, Ammonia is extremely toxic for the human body. Urea is then excreted from the blood filtered through the kidneys.


Previous INCORRECT answer: "Urea is a form of protein produced by the kidneys." There are 2 things wrong with this statement. #1 - Not a protein. #2 - Not produced by kidneys Urea is not a protein at all. It's a nitrogenous waste compound produced in the liver. Ammonia is a toxic compound produced during protein-catabolism. The body gets rid of this toxin by coupling it with CO2, water, and some other biological agents to form urea. The kidney's do not make urea. They only filter it out of the blood, then store it in the bladder for excretion as urine. Disruption to this system can cause conditions like hyperuremia and gout. Just to add that if answering an exam question, you would need to say that Urea is a breakdown of amino acids by deamination in the Liver.



Urea is produced in the liver and enters the bloodstream. it is filtered by the kidneys into the urine. The urea molecule travels in the urine to the ureters, the bladder, and the urethra before being expelled via urination.


Well, fecal matter is dead cells mixed with indigestible materials, it's produced by the small intestine and stored in the colon. Urine is produced by the kidneys and consists of salt water and urea. Urea is also exuded through the skin.


The nitrogen found in urea is produced when the body breaks down proteins and amino acids and its liquid form is combined with ammonia and carbon dioxide to be used in fertilizers. The urea helps the soil to become water soluble and easy to mix fertilizer.


a chamical reaction of bubbles that can burn the skin never touch it


"Kidneys" ^ this is incorrect. Urea is a byproduct of protein metabolism. In the GI, blood proteins are broken down into ammonia, it is then absorbed and the liver then converts it to Urea. It is then released into the blood stream where the Kidney's take it up and eliminate it. Urea is then eliminated by the kidney's, but not produced by it. its synthesized during the metabolic activity of the body. and is purified form the body in kidnies. ^so basically, liver makes urea not the kidneys


Urea is a form of chemical waste in mammals including humans that forms into urine. Urea is produced when the body breaks down proteins and amino acids and its liquid form can be combined with ammonia and carbon dioxide to be used in fertilizers and some medications.


urea inorganic salts water carbon dioxide heat


Diazolidinyl urea is produced by the chemical reaction of allantoin and formaldehyde in the presence of sodium hydroxide solution and heat. The reaction mixture is then neutralized with hydrochloric acid and evaporated. Note: Diazolidinyl urea is an antimicronbial preservative used in cosmetics. It is chemically related to imidazolidnyl urea which is used in the same way. Diazolidinyl urea acts as a formaldehyde releaser. Commercial diazolidinyl urea is a mixture of different formaldehyde addition products including polymers. source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diazolidinyl_urea


Urea is produced by the human body from the metabolism of nitrogen-containing compounds. Being high in nitrogen content, it is also used in fertilisers, so traces could be present on fruit and vegetables.


Many processes in the body produce nitrogen-containing wasted-products. This nitrogen will sometimes form ammonia, which is poisonous to the body.In order to remove this poisonous ammonia from the body, ammonia is converted to urea which is non-toxic for the body, and more easily removed. This happens in the urea cycle.Thus urea is a way of disposing leftover waste-nitrogen from our nitrogen metabolism.


Urea [mg/dl] x 0.1665 = Urea [mmol/l].



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