exosmosis


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exosmosis

[¦ek·sō·äs′mō·səs]
(physiology)
Passage of a liquid outward through a cell membrane.
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If there is neither collapse nor internal water exosmosis, the external water pressure on the steel lining at the collapse zone is approximately 0.5 MPa.
Thirdly, the superoxide substances generated in tourniquet-induced ischaemia-reperfusion conditions induces the increased permeability of small vessels, which promotes exosmosis of blood constituents.
6), including decreased feeding in larva (i.e., some larvae refused to feed), exosmosis of ecdysial fluid (Fig.