Kidneys

# What should a human kidney weigh?

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The typical mass for an adult human kidney is 125-170 grams in males, and 115-155 grams in females.

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The average weight for a healthy, human kidney is 120-140 gms.

The average weight for a healthy, human kidney is 120-140 grams. 1 pound= 453.59237 grams. So, the average weight for a healthy, human kidney is 0.26-0.30 pounds. (approx.)

A six foot human guy should weigh between 150 and 160. A six foot human girl should weigh between 120 and 140.

Kidney, there are kidney beans and the kidney as a human organ.

there are 46 chromosomes in the human kidney

Millions even billions cells in human kidney.

46 chromosomes are found in the human kidney cell.

the kidney in a human body usually purifys the water you drink which turns into urine

Each human kidney weighs about 150g. Reference: http://www.nephronline.org/kidneyanim/index.asp

No, if a kidney was removed from the body, you cannot regrow it

Kidney of a donor is implanted in recipient human who has non functional/ defective/damaged kidney.

Human kidney cells are body cells, so they would have 46 chromosomes.

NORMAL KIDNEY SIZEThe normal kidney size of an adult human is about 9 to 13 cm long and about 5 to 7.5 cm (2 to 3 inches) wide. It is approximately the size of a conventional computer mouse.A kidney weighs approximately 150 grams. Kidneys weigh about 0.5 percent of total body weight.Found at http://www.comprehensive-kidney-facts.com/kidney-anatomy.html

They are of similar size and they perform the same tasks in a pig as they do in a human and they have very similar DNA

yes a lot of people have only one kidney

there are for about one million nephrons in a normal human kidney

the three elements of kidney is upper, lower and middle lobe.

Kidney filters waste from blood in human.Kidneykidneys

The function of artificial kidney is mainly hemodialysis. This will be used to supplements the functions of the human kidney that has failed in terms of dialysis.

The kidney bean got its name from being shaped like and having the same colour as the human kidney

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