Endosmotic - definition of endosmotic by The Free Dictionary
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en·dos·mo·sis (ĕn′dŏz-mō′sĭs, -dŏs-)
The inward flow of a fluid through a permeable membrane toward a fluid of greater concentration.
en′dos·mot′ic (-mŏt′ĭk) adj.
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flow that pulls serum proteins toward the cathode, with gamma globulins leading the way.