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secretion

 [se-kre´shun]
1. the cellular process of elaborating a specific product. This activity may range from separating a specific substance of the blood to the elaboration of a new chemical substance.
2. material that is secreted, such as sebum (the fatty substance produced by the sebaceous glands to lubricate the skin), saliva (produced by the salivary glands), and gastric juice (secreted by specialized glands of the stomach). The secretions of the endocrine glands include various hormones and are important in the overall regulation of body processes.

se·cre·ta

(se-krē'tă),
Secretions.
[L. neuter pl. of secretus, pp. of se-cerno, to separate]

secreta

/se·cre·ta/ (se-kre´tah) [L., pl.] secretion (2).

secreta

(sĭ-krē′tə)
pl.n.
Substances secreted by a cell, tissue, or organ; the products of secretion.

se·cre·ta

(sĕ-krē'tă)
Secretions.
[L. neuter pl. of secretus, pp. of se-cerno, to separate]

secreta

[L.] secretion products.
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