excretion[ ik-skree-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF excretion
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCRETION
The secretion or excretion of glands may be augmented or diminished.
In the moment of excretion, the majority act as Eliminatives.
Bromidrosis; the excretion of perspiration of a strong odor.
In the skin are many glands which by their excretion keep it soft and moist.
These metals accumulate in the liver in preparation for excretion.
There is less and less opportunity for nutrition, respiration, and excretion.
The means by which secretion and excretion are effected are, however, identical.
Excretion, something discharged from the body, a separation of animal matters.
By cold the respiratory function is exalted, and the excretion of urea is diminished.
Exercise in the open air favors the excretion of waste matters which otherwise would be deposited in the cellular tissues.