Secretomotor

Secretomotor refers to the capacity of a structure (often a nerve) to induce a gland to secrete a substance (usually mucus or serous fluid). Secretomotor nerve endings are frequently contrasted with sensory neuron endings and motor nerve endings. An example of secretomotor activity can be seen with the lacrimal gland, which secretes the aqueous la...
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secretomotor

(se-kre″to-mo´tәr) stimulating secretion; said of nerves.
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secretomotor

Stimulating secretion. ... Origin: secrete = motor, mover ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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secretomotor

Type: Term Pronunciation: se-krē′tō-mō′tŏr, -mō′ter-ē Definitions: 1. Stimulating secretion.
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