Noun(1) the process of flowing out
(1) So, by such a transport inhibition of ketone body efflux from the liver, the brain is deprived of those energetic compounds leading to lower BDH activity.(2) It is a feature of the results in Fig.2 that sucrose efflux and K + efflux respond similarly to rises in turgor, including the larger rise at highest turgor seen in P. vulgaris though not always in V. faba.(3) The first step in this process is calcium ion efflux from the cells.(4) In this study, glucose uptake and efflux from border cells was measured in vitro.(5) the routing for the jet efflux also needs to be considered(6) the same active efflux of sodium from the cytoplasm to the external medium(7) Together, these findings are consistent with the current being carried by a burst of Cl - efflux through Cl - permeable channels that activate almost simultaneously.(8) Later, the efflux of solutes from chloroplasts was measured.(9) Diverse mechanisms may be responsible for the development of resistance for Cr in microbes, including chromate efflux 85.(10) The scary aspect of this is that calcium ion efflux occurs at intensities and field strengths that are extremely low.(11) For the first category of compounds, it is the cell wall, together with the outer membrane and associated proteins, which presents a potential barrier to influx and efflux of chemical compounds.(12) Efflux was then measured in tubes containing an assay layer without added Glc.
(1) efflux :: dylifiad
1. effluence ::
2. outflow ::
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