Uric Acid is the Chief Nitrogenous Wastes in

  1. Frogs
  2. Birds
  3. Fishes
  4. Mankind
Manish Listener Asked on 18th June 2015 in Chemistry.
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    Uric Acid is the Chief Nitrogenous Wastes in Birds and Reptiles. birds and reptiles have evolved the ability to convert toxic ammonia into uric acid or guanine rather than urea.  The white crystalline substance your see in a typical bird , lizard or any other reptile ‘poop’ is actually urine
    There are three general ways that vertebrates rid their bodies of nitrogenous waste:

    • Amoonia
    • Urea
    • Uric Acid
    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 21st June 2015.
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