excretory


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ex·cre·to·ry

 (ĕk′skrĭ-tôr′ē)
adj.
Of, relating to, or used in excretion: excretory organs.
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ex•cre•to•ry

(ˈɛk skrɪˌtɔr i, -ˌtoʊr i)

adj.
pertaining to or concerned in excretion; having the function of excreting: excretory organs.
[1675]
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Adj.1.excretory - of or relating to the process of excretion
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excretory

adjective
Of, relating to, or tending to eliminate:
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Translations

excretory

[eksˈkriːtərɪ] ADJexcretorio
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ex·cre·to·ry

a. excretorio-a, rel. a la excreción.
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excretory

adj excretor
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But the Division of Motor Vehicles failed to WC the funny side and started proceedings to recall the plate because "excretory acts cannot be referenced on New Hampshire plates".
More male claimants suffer from cardiovascular, urinary or excretory, neurological and immune or lymphatic diseases, she said.
These channels are known in the rat as pars initialis, granuler duct, pars secretory, pars excretory, duct excretory, and salivar pouch (Sato & Miyoshi, 1998).
Although she eventually delivered a healthy baby, Mwende suffered injuries that affected her excretory system.
Ibrahim said other schools in the area got 10 illustration charts each for the human excretory system, hygienic and unhygienic habits, agricultural cash crops, table of measurements, among others.
Other substances that will help detoxification include vitamin C, E, CoQ10, and fibre that helps our excretory system too.
As they mature, the tail shortens, the vulva becomes more posterior in position, the stylet becomes faint, the pharyngeal glands become atrophied and the excretory pore, nerve ring, anus and vulva are more difficult to locate.
The dynamic series included precontrast, arterial, parenchymal, and excretory phase images of the kidney.
This technique involves a precontrast scan through the abdomen and pelvis with subsequent imaging during nephrographic and excretory phases after administration of IV contrast.
However, AMH deficiency causes persistence of Mullerian structures along with testes and male excretory ducts (1,3).
If you experience constipation, the acidity of limes can clear the excretory system and stimulate bowel activity.
From the time the skin becomes tough the baby passes urine, nose, throat and lung secretions into the fluid, so it takes on the role of an excretory organ.