Oxidative damage of kidney leading to functional deterioration it such as decreasing GFR and retention of nitrogenous waste
such as urea, uric acid and creatinine .
Of particular concern is where calorie deficits increase the use of protein as an energy source, increasing production of nitrogenous waste
can also come from uneaten food in the tank and hence fishes should never be fed more than what they will eat immediately, twice a day.
Ammonia is often the primary nitrogenous waste
product of insects that live in aquatic or very moist environments.
Nutri-Vet Green Grass and Grass Guard dietary supplements for dogs are formulated to neutralize nitrogenous waste
and maintain a slightly acidic urine pH.
The approved patent, "Prebiotic and Probiotic Compositions and their Method of use for Gut-based Therapy," protects the composition and method behind the company's oral probiotic product formulation (Kibow Biotics) which may significantly reduce concentrations of several nitrogenous waste
metabolites that accumulate in renal deficiency.
The primary nitrogenous waste
products of protein, which are excreted by the kidneys, include urea nitrogen, creatinine, and uric acid.
If a plant emits less nitrogenous waste
than its permit allows, it can save surplus credits for the upcoming year or sell them to less-efficient plants.