Definition of Exosmoses

1. exosmose [n] - See also: exosmose



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exosmoses

exoribonucleolytic
exornation
exornations
exorphin
exorphine
exorphines
exorphins
exoscopy
exoserosis
exoskeletal
exoskeletally
exoskeleton
exoskeletons
exosmic
exosmose
exosmoses (current term)
exosmosis
exosmotic
exosolar planet
exosolar planets
exosome
exosome complex
exosomes
exosphere
exospheres
exospheric
exospore
exospores
exosporia
exosporium

Literary usage of Exosmoses

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of Mental Science by Royal Medico-psychological Association (1873)
"... and exosmoses which goes on through a plant are especially admirable, and ought to be read in relation to Mr. Herbert Spencer's external method ot ..."

2. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1852)
"... through the membranes of the pulmonary air-cells and capillaries, whilst carbonic acid exosmoses through the same membranes, according to the known laws ..."

3. Therapeutic Gazette (1894)
"It would seem that the basic phosphate, when 'it exosmoses with a large quantity of water, is not so easily decomposed into the acid phosphate as occurs in ..."

4. American Medical Journal (1903)
"... and dried only to be rapidly moistened again with the fast oozing perspiration, that my medical friend called "exosmoses," to which of course I agreed. ..."

5. Fatty ills and their masquerades by Ephraim Cutter (1898)
"It exosmoses from the Malpighian bodies and epithelia of the kidney tubules, whose complicated and knotted structure renders a retarded or impeded ..."

6. Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1852)
"... through the membranes of the pulmonary air-cells and capillaries, whilst carbonic acid exosmoses through the same membranes, according to the known laws ..."

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