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which of the folowing metabollic waste are removed from the body by orinithine cycle a)NH3 + CO2 b)NH3 +urea c)NH3 +H20 d)Urea + H2O which of the folowing metabollic waste are removed from the body by orinithine cycle a)NH3 + CO2 b)NH3 +urea c)NH3 +H20 d)Urea + H2O @Biology

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yup r u jst guesing or u know the reason
naf you are an engineering student
i know that in oc nh3 is converted to urea so i just guessed
heena if you know the answer then why are you asking the question
want to know the reason
to share the knowledge ishaan
sorry i forgot
i tried 4 med ishaan
u knw the correct reason by the conversion in urea it is removing nh3 +co2
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Urea_cycle reaction step one: NH3 plus soluble form of CO2 plus ATP --> carbamoyl phosphate
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