Urea Splitting Bacteria Are Responsible for Struvite Types of Stones - Biology

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Urea splitting bacteria are responsible for _______ types of stones.

(A) calcium oxalate

(B) calcium phosphate

(C) calcium carbonate

(D) struvite 

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Solution

struvite

Concept: Common Disorders of the Urinary System
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2014-2015 (October)

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