metabolise


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metabolise


Past participle: metabolised
Gerund: metabolising

Imperative
metabolise
metabolise
Present
I metabolise
you metabolise
he/she/it metabolises
we metabolise
you metabolise
they metabolise
Preterite
I metabolised
you metabolised
he/she/it metabolised
we metabolised
you metabolised
they metabolised
Present Continuous
I am metabolising
you are metabolising
he/she/it is metabolising
we are metabolising
you are metabolising
they are metabolising
Present Perfect
I have metabolised
you have metabolised
he/she/it has metabolised
we have metabolised
you have metabolised
they have metabolised
Past Continuous
I was metabolising
you were metabolising
he/she/it was metabolising
we were metabolising
you were metabolising
they were metabolising
Past Perfect
I had metabolised
you had metabolised
he/she/it had metabolised
we had metabolised
you had metabolised
they had metabolised
Future
I will metabolise
you will metabolise
he/she/it will metabolise
we will metabolise
you will metabolise
they will metabolise
Future Perfect
I will have metabolised
you will have metabolised
he/she/it will have metabolised
we will have metabolised
you will have metabolised
they will have metabolised
Future Continuous
I will be metabolising
you will be metabolising
he/she/it will be metabolising
we will be metabolising
you will be metabolising
they will be metabolising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been metabolising
you have been metabolising
he/she/it has been metabolising
we have been metabolising
you have been metabolising
they have been metabolising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been metabolising
you will have been metabolising
he/she/it will have been metabolising
we will have been metabolising
you will have been metabolising
they will have been metabolising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been metabolising
you had been metabolising
he/she/it had been metabolising
we had been metabolising
you had been metabolising
they had been metabolising
Conditional
I would metabolise
you would metabolise
he/she/it would metabolise
we would metabolise
you would metabolise
they would metabolise
Past Conditional
I would have metabolised
you would have metabolised
he/she/it would have metabolised
we would have metabolised
you would have metabolised
they would have metabolised
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Verb1.metabolise - produce by metabolism
Translations
metabolisieren
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And she's not daft - oysters contain huge levels of zinc, which is needed to metabolise alcohol.
Due to a deficiency in lipoprotein lipase, an enzyme that helps to break down triglycerides, people with FCS are unable to effectively metabolise large, triglyceride-rich, lipid particles called chylomicrons.
This is because ethanol in alcohol can metabolise into acetaldehyde, a compound that damages DNA.
They metabolise theobromine very slowly and as a result it can have a serious effect on an animal's heart, kidneys and central nervous system.
Oestrogen is quite a challenge to metabolise and at high levels has been linked to cancer, high body fat percentages and low muscle mass.
However carriers metabolise alcohol at a slower rate leaving them more susceptible to symptoms such as dizziness and puking after drinking which is linked to less alcohol consumption in the long term.
Experimental studies are starting to show a direct causal link between sleep loss and the body's ability to metabolise sugar, control food intake, and maintain energy balance, they argue in an article for The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.
The CBL and Barre Industries have developed a biological process to metabolise phytosanitary molecules, based on the use of bacteria selected in the laboratory.
Variations in the genes that ' encode' these enzymes lead to differences in the ability to metabolise ethanol.
These individuals tend to metabolise more fat, leading to higher fatty acid levels in the ovary.
These individuals tend to metabolise more stored fat, leading to higher fatty acid levels in the ovary.
Chemicals in juice and pulp of the fruit are reported to interfere with the enzymes that metabolise certain drugs in the digestive system, including statins, to lower cholesterol.