internal secretion

  1. the secretion of an endocrine gland that is transmitted by the blood to the tissue on which it has a specific effect
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How To Use internal secretion In A Sentence

  • These cellular masses, designated as the ductless glands or glands of internal secretion, have during development lost their original connection with the epithelium of the free surface.
  • Eliminate free radical, improve immunity, optimize internal secretion, resist lipofuscin and keep nutrient balance.
  • Thus the successful combating of certain disturbances in the activities of the organs of internal secretion, as also of the deficiency diseases, or avitaminoses, has been a direct result of the increase in our knowledge of the nature of these afflictions. Physiology or Medicine 1945 - Presentation Speech
  • His studies on the glycogenic functions of the liver opened the way for the modern fruitful researches on the internal secretions of the various glands. The Evolution of Modern Medicine
  • Environmental hormone disturb the mechanism of internal secretion, make it malajustment, encumber the procreation of organism or bring the malignancy.
  • This is due to the special biogenic amine in chocolate, which can change internal secretions.
  • Diabetes mellitus is due to a deficiency of the internal secretion of the pancreas. Frederick G. Banting - Nobel Lecture
  • Starling and others on internal secretions or hormones, and saw at once that the hormone from the testes was the actual agent which constituted the 'influence' assumed by me in 1900. Hormones and Heredity
  • Diabetes is a familiar internal secretion disease, caused by the concentration of blood -glucose is hoisted because of absolutely or comparatively absence of insulin in body.
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