I know that ammonia is toxic for the body since it disturbs enzymes of mitochondria. I want to know that why the ammonotelic animals don't get affected by it? I mean that even if there is plenty of water to remove ammonia from their body, does ammonia not cause any damage till it's inside body? Does toxicity depends on concentration level? Can anyone tell me its evolutionary significance?
Sorry for the previous question. . Actually it was a easy one and I got the answer. Sorry for the unclarity.;)