Origin of urea
Examples from the Web for urea
The seizing of the urea by the kidney cell is a vital phenomenon which we must waive for the moment.The Story of the Living Machine|H. W. Conn
To the Editor:—Could you tell me why quinin and urea hydrochlorid has not become more popular for local anesthesia?
As we have seen, the urea is very slightly lower; but after much exertion the uric acid is increased.
In Gout and Lithiasis there is an excess in the system of nitrogenous matter, and thus a tendency to an extra formation of urea.The Action of Medicines in the System|Frederick William Headland
Besides solutions containing ammonium salts and urea, I have succeeded in nitrifying solutions of asparagine, milk, and rape cake.
Word Origin for urea
1806, Latinized from French urée (1803), from Greek ouron "urine" (see urine).