Definition of Secretors

1. Noun. (plural of secretor) ¹

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Definition of Secretors

1. secretor [n] - See also: secretor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Secretors

secretly
secretness
secretoglobin
secretoglobins
secretogogue
secretogranin
secretogranins
secretome
secretomes
secretomotor
secretomotor nerve
secretoneurin
secretor
secretor factor
secretories
secretors (current term)
secretory
secretory canaliculus
secretory carcinoma
secretory cell
secretory component
secretory component of IgA
secretory cyst
secretory duct
secretory granule
secretory immunoglobulin
secretory immunoglobulin A
secretory nerve
secretory organ
secretory otitis media

Literary usage of Secretors

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1. General Outline of the Organisation of the Animal Kingdom by Thomas Rymer Jones (1855)
"The gluten-secretors (fiy. 174, p, p) are glandular caeca opening into the common egg-canal, and are apparently destined to furnish a glutinous fluid with ..."

2. An Introduction to Entomology: Or Elements of the Natural History of Insects by William Kirby, William Spence (1826)
"... Varnish-secretor, Jelly or Gluten-secre- tor, Poison-secretor, and Scent-secretors. i. ... In general, the outlet of the silk-secretors is at the ..."

3. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"There was also a significantly higher proportion of non-secretors among ... Increased carriage of meningococci among non-secretors might contribute to the ..."

4. Introduction to Entomology by James Duncan, Sir William Jardine (1860)
"Of the various appendages of this portion of the egg-conduit, the most important are the sperm-reservoir, (Spermatheca) gluten secretors, and the poison ..."

5. A General Outline of the Animal Kingdom, and Manual of Comparative Anatomy by Thomas Rymer Jones (1841)
"(328.) But we must now advert to certain appendages connected with the common oviduct. These are of two kinds ; the gluten-secretors and the spermatheca. ..."

6. General Outline of the Organisation of the Animal Kingdom by Thomas Rymer Jones (1855)
"These are of two kinds; the gluten-secretors and the spermatheca. The gluten-secretors (fig. 174, p, p) are glandular c»ca opening into the common egg-canal ..."

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