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What's the relationship between 'urea' and 'urine'? Is that much urea forms urine? Please tell me, thanks.
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Kidding right? Look up what urine is made of on wikipedia or google or anything...
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Urea, also known as uric acid, is a fundamental component of urine.
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urea and uric acid are two very different things. Urea is a product of protein catabolism while uric acid is a product of nitrous bases catabolism. So different formulas different origin. Similar name.
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Urea and uric acid can both be products of protein breakdown - whole groups of animals differ by which final product they excrete.
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