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to discharge (wastes or foreign substances) from the body

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The liver excretes bile, which as well as containing salts that help emulsify fats in the small intestine, consists of waste products and bile pigments formed from the breakdown of red blood cells.
This situation made it difficult for spiders to excrete from their hunting sites without soiling nearby vegetation.
While chitosan does excrete vitamins and minerals, the big question is, "Does it excrete fat?
These results were in accordance with the reports that patients with [alpha]-NAGA deficiency in adult form excrete mainly compounds composed of one or two sialic acid moieties and Gal[beta]1-3GalNAc[alpha]1-Thr as a core structure (4, 5).
The time required for this process is measured by the term "half-life," which means the amount of time the body needs to excrete one-half of the lead dose.
Hibernating bears don't drink, eat, or excrete waste, so food- and waterborne contaminants neither enter nor leave their bodies.
Most people who get kidney stones made of calcium oxalate (the most common kind) excrete too much calcium in their urine.
Saltwater Fish: Drink lots of seawater; excrete salt through gills; excrete urine with a low salt concentration.
Their studies confirmed that the more salt people consume, the more fluid their kidneys excrete, and the thirstier they are.
Above 1,000 mg, he says, people excrete more oxalate and urate in their urine, and that could increase the risk of kidney stones.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- PICM-19 cells help safely excrete highly toxic by-product -- ammonia -- which causes brain damage, coma, and death; NIH launches multimillion dollar research initiative.