urea

listen to the pronunciation of urea
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} üre
(isim) üre
biyokim
(Tıp) İdrarda bulunan bir madde, üre CO (H2)2
urea nitrogen
(Tıp, İlaç) Üre azotu

Hastanın üre azotu oranı %0.5.

urea formaldehyde resin
(Tekstil) üre formaldehit reçinesi
solution of urea
üre çözeltisi
blood urea nitrogen
kan üre nitrojen
blood urea nitrogen
(Tıp, İlaç) Kan üre azotu
Englisch - Englisch
A water-soluble organic compound, CO(NH2)2, formed by the metabolism of proteins and excreted in the urine
A substance made by the liver It is one of the waste products from food that builds up in the blood when someone has kidney failure Like creatinine, urea is a marker for other more harmful substances The higher the urea level, the worse is the kidney failure
a waste product found in the blood that results from the normal breakdown of protein in the liver Urea is normally removed from the blood by the kidneys and then excreted in the urine
heat- and scratch-resistant thermosetting plastic Not affected by detergents, cleaning fluids, alcohol Comes in a wide range of colors
A very soluble crystalline body which is the chief constituent of the urine in mammals and some other animals
(yoo-REE-uh)
{CO(NH2)2} - A fertilizer made by combining nitrogen and carbon ioxide, and granulating the solution to form a product with 46-percent nitrogen (N) content
One of the chief waste products of the body When the body breaks down food, it uses what it needs and throws the rest away as waste The kidneys flush the waste fromthe body in the form of urea, which is in the urine
It is also present in small quantity in blood, serous fluids, lymph, the liver, etc
{i} main soluble and crystalline solid found in urine that can also be produced synthetically (used in the manufacturing of fertilizers, animal feed and resins)
or carbamide One of the simplest organic compounds and the first synthesized from inorganic raw materials (see inorganic compound), by Friedrich Wöhler (1800-82) in 1828. It is the diamide of carbonic acid (H2NCONH2; see amide; carbon dioxide). The chief nitrogenous end product of protein breakdown in mammals and some fishes, it occurs not only in urine but also in blood, bile, milk, and perspiration. It is one of the industrial chemicals produced in vast amounts. With its high nitrogen content and low price, it is a major agricultural fertilizer and animal-feed ingredient. It is also used to make urea-formaldehyde plastics (including foamed plastics; see polyurethanes), to synthesize barbiturates, as a stabilizer in explosives, and in adhesives, hydrocarbon processing, and flameproofing
n substance found in urine
Chief waste products of the body The kidneys flush the waste from the body in the form of urea, which is in the urine The synthetic form is widely used in cosmetics as moisturizer
A synthetic nitrogen compound used as a humectant in printing and painting with all classes of dyes It also increases the solubility of the dyes
One of the chief waste products of the body When the body breaks down food, it uses what it needs and eliminates the rest as waste The kidneys flush the waste from the body in the form of urea, which is in the urine
A crystalline colorless nitrogenous compound found primarily in the urine of mammalian animals; can be synthesized from carbon dioxide and ammonia for use in fertilizers, resins, and plastics
A synthetic nitrogen compound used as a moisture drawing agent that keeps the fabric damp longer during the fixing process for tie-dyeing It is a synthetic nitrogen compound used as a humectant in printing and painting with all classes of dyes It also increases the solubility of dyes
the major nitrogen-containing product of protein catabolism
A water-soluble organic compound, CO(NH{2}){2}, formed by the metabolism of proteins and excreted in the urine
A non-protein nitrogen usually fed with molasses
the chief solid component of mammalian urine; synthesized from ammonia and carbon dioxide and used as fertilizer and in animal feed and in plastics
Chemical used in some solutions for fertilising eggs Used for carp (Cyprinus carpio) eggs at 3g (+ 4 g NaCl) per litre for fertilisation solution and 20g (+ 4g NaCl) per litre for dissolving solution
a nitrogen-containing waste product from the breakdown of proteins that is excreted in the urine Urea is produced in the liver by the condensation of two molecules of ammonia and one molecule of carbon dioxide
urea-formaldehyde resin
Any of several of the condensation products of the reaction between urea and formaldehyde (and their derivatives) used as a thermosetting material
urea-formaldehyde resin
a clear thermosetting resin made from urea and formaldehyde and used in electrical fittings, adhesives, and finishes
Urea.
carbonyldiamine
urea.
carbamide
blood urea nitrogen
(Tıp, İlaç) The blood urea nitrogen (BUN, pronounced "B-U-N") test is a measure of the amount of nitrogen in the blood in the form of urea, and a measurement of renal function. Urea is a by- product from metabolism of proteins by the liver and is removed from the blood by the kidneys
blood urea nitrogen
(Medicine) waste product created during the metabolic process and excreted into the blood (can be used as an indication of renal function), BUN
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von urea im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Urea Breath Test
(Tıp) Helicobacter pylori enfeksiyonu aramasında kullanılan bir test.Bu test H. pylori nin yaptığı bir enzim olan ve üreye dönüşen Urease için soluk örneklerini ölçer
urea

    Silbentrennung

    u·re·a

    Türkische aussprache

    yıriı

    Synonyme

    carbamide

    Aussprache

    /yərˈēə/ /jɜrˈiːə/

    Etymologie

    [ yu-'rE-& ] (noun.) 1806. New Latin, from French urée from Ancient Greek οὖρον (“urine”).

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