Which region of excretory system carries Nitrogen waste

Asked by Somnath Pal | 7th Jul, 2013, 12:06: PM

Expert Answer:

Some proteins and nitrogenous compounds are broken down in the liver by a process called deamination.
 As a result of these reactions, a nitrogenous waste called urea is formed.
Kidneys also carries urea and forms urine which is excreted out of the body.

Answered by Meghna Thapar | 8th Jul, 2013, 10:03: AM

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