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.
British Dictionary definitions for urea
Word Origin for urea
Word Origin and History for urea
1806, Latinized from French urée (1803), from Greek ouron "urine" (see urine).