5 years ago in Biology

Which is the chief nitrogenous waste in humans ?

[A] Urea
[B] Ammonia
[C] Uric acid
[D] Ammonium nitrate
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Basavaraj Patil
Basavaraj Patil - 1 month ago

Basavaraj Patil from Athani, India is saying Urea is correct answer

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Iranna Bhagoji - 3 months ago

Iranna Bhagoji from Thrissur, India is saying Uric acid is correct answer

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Sasha Bedi - 3 months ago

Sasha Bedi from Noida, India is saying Uric acid is correct answer

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Kumar rahul - 3 months ago

Kumar rahul from Bhubaneswar, India is saying Ammonia is correct answer

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Satya - 4 months ago

Satya from Rajahmundry, India is saying Urea is correct answer

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