Secrete

To make and give off such as when the beta cells make insulin and then release it into the blood so that the other cells in the body can use it to turn glucose (sugar) into energy.
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Secrete

• (v. t.) To separate from the blood and elaborate by the process of secretion; to elaborate and emit as a secretion. See Secretion. • (v. t.) To deposit in a place of hiding; to hide; to conceal; as, to secrete stolen goods; to secrete one`s self.
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secrete

<physiology> To discharge a secretion, to release some sort of liquid substance (or substance in liquid). This can be done by the cell, by glands or other organs, or by tissues. ... Examples of things that are secreted are hormones, saliva, mucus, bile, and sweat. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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secrete

(se-krēt´) to synthesize and release a substance.
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Secrete

Se·crete' transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Secreted ; present participle & verbal noun Secreting .] [ Latin secretus separated, secret, hidden, past participle of secernere . See Secret , and confer ...
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secrete

generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids
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secrete

Latin secretus = separated; hence, to produce a chemical substance by glandular activity - adjective, secretory; noun, secretion.
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secrete

secrete (Janus word) 1. To produce and to discharge a secretion. 2. To conceal somebody or something.
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Secrete

The process by which fluid is actively released onto a surface or into a fluid, e.g., blood.
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secrete

To form and release a substance. In the body, cells secrete substances, such as sweat that cools the body or hormones that act in other parts of the body.
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Secrete

To make and give off such as when the beta cells make insulin and then release it into the blood so that the other cells in the body can use it to turn glucose (sugar) into energy.
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secrete

Type: Term Pronunciation: se-krēt′ Definitions: 1. To elaborate or produce some physiologically active substance (enzyme, hormone, metabolite) by a cell and to deliver it into blood, body cavity, or sap, either by direct diffusion, cellular exocytosis, or by means of a duct.
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secrete

[v] - place out of sight 2. [v] - generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids
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