Definition of Resorbing

1. Verb. (present participle of resorb) ¹



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Definition of Resorbing

1. resorb [v] - See also: resorb

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Resorbing

resonant circuit
resonant frequency
resonantly
resonants
resonate
resonated
resonates
resonating
resonating chamber
resonation
resonator
resonators
resorb
resorbable
resorbed
resorbing (current term)
resorbs
resorcin
resorcinol
resorcinol phthalic anhydride
resorcinol test
resorcinolphthalein
resorcinolphthalein sodium
resorcinols
resorcins
resorcylic
resorption
resorption atelectasis
resorption lacunae
resorptions

Literary usage of Resorbing

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1. Biological Bulletin by Marine Biological Laboratory (Woods Hole, Mass.) (1915)
"The ovary was normal with a normal series of enlarging yolks and resorbing follicles. It was apparent that the bird was in the midst of a normal ..."

2. Osteoporosis Research, Education and Health Promotion (1993)
"Although active vitamin D stimulates bone resorption by osteoclasts (bone-resorbing cells), these cells do not have vitamin D receptors, and it is believed ..."

3. The Nutrition of Farm Animals by Henry Prentiss Armsby (1917)
"In the higher animals the extent of resorbing surface is greatly increased by certain projections of the interior surface of the small intestine known as ..."

4. Manual of Vital Function Testing Methods and Their Interpretation by Wilfred Mason Barton (1917)
"kidney, that is to say, the water resorbing power of the tubules, and consequently, its capacity to produce a urine of high molecular concentration. ..."

5. Manual of Vital Function Testing Methods and Their Interpretation by Wilfred Mason Barton (1917)
"The delayed elimination indicates a diminished reaction power of the kidney, the diminished elimination a loss of water resorbing power, ..."

6. General Surgery by Eugen Fröhner (1906)
"In contrast to the bone-forming activity of the osteoblasts, there stands the resorbing activity of the OSTEOCLASTS ; this is constantly present in normal ..."

7. Farm Foods: Or, the Rational Feeding of Farm Animals : from the Sixth by Emil Theodor von Wolff, Herbert Henry Cousins (1895)
"... or stored up in the body varies with the proportion of the different nutrients which the animal is capable of resorbing under normal conditions. ..."

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