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chyme

 [kīm]
the semifluid, homogeneous, creamy or gruel-like material produced by action of the gastric juice on ingested food in the stomach and discharged through the pylorus into the duodenum.

chyme

(kīm), Do not confuse this word with chyle.
The semifluid mass of partly digested food passed from the stomach into the duodenum.
Synonym(s): chymus, pulp (3)
[G. chymos, juice]

chyme

(kīm) the semifluid, creamy material produced by digestion of food.

chyme

(kīm)
n.
The thick semifluid mass of partly digested food that is passed from the stomach to the duodenum.

chy′mous (kī′məs) adj.

chyme

[kīm]
Etymology: Gk, chymos, juice
the viscous, semifluid contents of the stomach present during digestion of a meal. Chyme then passes through the pylorus into the duodenum, where further digestion occurs.

chyme

 The mass of partially digested food goo that passes from the pylorus to the duodenum

chyme

(kīm)
The semifluid mass of partly digested food passed from the stomach into the duodenum.
Synonym(s): pulp (3) .
[G. chymos, juice]

chyme

Semifluid, partly digested food passed from the stomach into the small intestine for further digestion and absorption.

chyme

food in a semifluid, acid state after being subjected to the rhythmical contractions of the stomach before being passed to the small intestine.

chyme

, chymus (kīm, kīmŭs)
Semifluid mass of partly digested food passed from stomach into duodenum.
[G. chymos, juice]

chyme

the semifluid, homogeneous, creamy or gruel-like material produced by action of the gastric juice on ingested food and discharged through the pylorus into the duodenum.