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Definition of Ingestive
Medical Definition of Ingestive
1. Relating to ingestion. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Ingestive
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1. A System of surgery: Theoretical and Practical by Timothy Holmes (1871)
"The ingestive power of leucocytes is proved by experiments in which Recklinghausen introduced milk into the lymph cavities • frogs, the result being that ..."
2. Memoranda medica ; or, Note-book of medical principles by Henry Hartshorne (1860)
"Electricity. Ozone. Hygrométrie state of the air, very important. ingestive causes : poisoning ; errors of diet ;— 1. As to quantity. ..."
3. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1881)
"In iact, whilst the oral endoderm was full and unshed, the ingestive endoderm at the ... As to the return of the ingestive endoderm to its meshwork state, ..."
4. The Neuroscience of Mental Health: A Report on Neuroscience Research edited by Stephen H. Koslow (1997)
"Eating is terminated by the post-ingestive effects of food stimuli acting before nutrient absorption occurs in the stomach and small intestine. ..."
5. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1858)
"He asserts that " the foetal thorax is a blood-ingestive apparatus. ... To prove the "blood-ingestive action of the thorax," the author adduces some ..."