• Question: how urea is formed in mammal

    Asked by cash19shy to Jared on 18 May 2022.
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      Jared Maina answered on 18 May 2022:

      When amino acids are broken down by the body, ammonia is produced. Ammonia is toxic to the body and so the liver converts the toxic ammonia into urea which is then excreted mainly in urine and a bit of it in sweat