What is the weight of human kidney?
Each human kidney weighs about 150g. Reference: http://www.nephronline.org/kidneyanim/index.asp
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how is kidney weight described
If the fish live in water with a lot of salt, the kidneys will get rid of the salt and regulate the blood. The blood cells will bloat if there is more salt.
filter and remove unwanted waste, minerals and excess water from the blood
the weight of one kidney averages about 120-150 grams
males the average weight of kidney is 125g to 170g whereas in females it weighs 115g to 155g .
in males the average weight of kidney is 125g to 170g whereas in females it weighs 115g to 155g
Every human has a pair of bean shaped organs behind the abdominal cavity called the Kidneys. We would have two of them on either side of our abdominal cavity. Kidneys are o…ne of the most important organs in the human body, which is extremely essential for the proper functioning of the body. The main purpose of the kidneys is to clean up our blood system. When blood reaches the kidneys, it filters our blood of all unwanted ingredients and releases pure/clean blood back into our system. As a result of this cleaning, the kidney releases urea or urine into our urinary bladder. Though, the kidneys are relatively very small when compared to a heart, it can receive and clean up nearly 20% of the blood that the heart pumps at any given time. One kidney is more than sufficient for a human body to function in a healthy manner but still every human has a pair... Some diseases associated with kidneys are: . Kidney stones . Renal failure . Lupus Nephritis . Kidney tumors . Multicystic dysplastic kidney . Renal dysplasia . etc...
They are of similar size and they perform the same tasks in a pig as they do in a human and they have very similar DNA
at the back of the body just above the stomach
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