Reabsorption: Absorbing again. For example, the kidney selectively reabsorbs substances such as glucose, proteins, and sodium which it had already secreted into the renal tubules. These reabsorbed substances return to the blood.
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Re`ab·sorp'tion (-sôrp'shŭn) noun The act or process of reabsorbing.
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1. The act or process of absorbing again, as the selective absorption by the kidneys of substances (glucose, proteins, sodium, etc.) already secreted into the renal tubules and their return to the circulating blood. ... 2. Resorption. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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(re″ab-sorp´shәn) the act or process of absorbing again, as the absorption by the kidneys of substances that were already secreted into the tubules, such as glucose, proteins, or sodium. resorption.
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• (n.) The act or process of reabsorbing.
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(from the article `excretion`) The mechanism of urine formation involves three processes: filtration, reabsorption, and secretion. Primary urine is formed by filtration from the ... Reabsorption affects all the glucose of the filtrate, up to 70 percent of its water and sodium (the remainder is absor...
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1. the act or process of absorbing again, as the selective absorption by the kidneys of substances (glucose, proteins, sodium, etc.) already secreted into the renal tubules, and their return to the circulating blood. 2. resorption.
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In physiology, reabsorption or tubular reabsorption is the flow of glomerular filtrate from the proximal tubule of the nephron into the peritubular capillaries, or from the urine into the blood. It is termed "reabsorption" because this is technically the second time that the nutrients in question a...
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The return to the blood of most of the water, sodium, amino acids, and sugar that were removed during
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1) Biological process 2) Organic process 3) Resorption
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