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excrete in Biology topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishexcreteex‧crete /ɪkˈskriːt/ verb [intransitive, transitive]  formalHBH to get rid of waste material from your body through your bowels, your skin etcsecrete→ See Verb table
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excreteThe majority of cortisol is either metabolized in various tissues or conjugated in the liver and excreted.Worm casts have been shown to contain enzymes which continue to break down organic matter even after they have been excreted.These are then excreted and, should they prove to have a useful, coincidental effect, the bacteria thrive.Ciprofloxacin is largely excreted as an unchanged substance and elimination is predominantly via the kidneys.Flakes of a fatty substance are excreted from glands between the joints on the underside of the worker bee's abdomen.A second bug experienced a mutation that allowed it to make use of the acetate excreted from the first.The type of light chain excreted in the urine may be identified by performing immuno-electrophoresis on a concentrated urine specimen. 173.Yeast cells struggling to survive under suffocating conditions quickly excrete the ethanol fragments because they are basically poisonous.