Translation of secretion in Spanish:


secreción, n.

Pronunciation /səˈkrɪʃ(ə)n//sɪˈkriːʃ(ə)n/


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    secreción feminine
    • They may affect the cycling endometrium by controlling vascular function through secretion of angiogenic growth factors.
    • There also is decreased chloride secretion into the airways and increased sodium and water reabsorption from the airway lumens.
    • A more complex system is seen in the control of pituitary hormone secretion.
    • Status of various immune cells and intracellular secretion of cytokines were assessed by flow cytometry.
    • The disulfide bonds form during the process of secretion from the cell in the endoplasmic reticulum.
    • For example, the systems in the brain that control hormone secretion are completely unconsciously controlled.
    • Serous cell transport of urea may be analogous to secretion of uric acid, the major antioxidant in nasal secretions.
    • When the blood calcium level rises, the parathyroid glands sense the change and decrease their secretion of parathyroid hormone.
    • In this latter group, eradication of the infection has been reported to increase gastric acid secretion toward normal.
    • Caffeine stimulates insulin secretion of pancreatic beta cells.
    • Atropine sulfate was administered intravenously to reduce airway secretion.
    • Glucocorticoid secretion occurs in a circadian pattern and in response to stress.
    • Hot winds will also reduce nectar secretion, thereby reducing flower attractiveness.
    • As a result, the predicted protein is missing the leader signal required for the secretion of pancreatic enzymes.
    • Therefore, we investigated relationships between energetic condition and several measures of corticosterone secretion.
    • Other drugs excreted via anionic tubular secretion have not been evaluated.
    • The secretion of saliva is prompted by the presence of food in the mouth.
    • Lastly, dopamine has been shown to stimulate insulin secretion by a adrenergic mediated mechanism.
    • Chewing gum stimulates swallowing, as well as the secretion of alkaline saliva.
    • The crucial point is that insulin secretion is regulated by carbohydrates.