exsorption

ex·sorp·tion

(ek-sōrp'shŭn),
Movement of substances from the blood into the lumen of the gut.
[L. ex, out, + sorbeo, to suck]

exsorption

/ex·sorp·tion/ (ek-sorp´shun) the movement of substances out of cells, especially the movement of substances out of the blood into the intestinal lumen.

ex·sorp·tion

(ek-sōrp'shŭn)
Movement of substances from the blood into the lumen of the gut.
[L. ex, out, + sorbeo, to suck]

exsorption

(ĕk-sorp′shŭn)
Movement of material including cells and electrolytes from the blood to the lumen of the intestines. In pathological conditions such as intestinal obstruction, this process may greatly increase pressure inside the affected area of the intestinal tract.
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The phenomenon of exsorption already demonstrated in favor of the retransplantation of samples in their original, unpolluted, suggests that lichens respond rapidly to an air pollution control [18].