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reabsorb

 [re″ab-sorb´]
to absorb again; to undergo or to subject to reabsorption; to resorb.
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The hypertonic environment in the medulla allows water to be reabsorbed from the tubules by osmosis.
(6) As glucose that is reabsorbed via SGLT-2 and SGLT-1 accumulates inside the proximal tubular cells, glucose transporter 2 (GLUT2) facilitates passive transport back into the surrounding interstitial fluid.
Our 5% is only partly reabsorbed, and is steadily accumulating to the point where we have now raised atmospheric CO.
However, vets who closely monitored her believe she may have reabsorbed the foetus.
The end products - carbon dioxide and water are reabsorbed by the body.
Although re-released during burning, the CO2 emissions are negligible compared to those produced when burning fossil fuels--and they can be reabsorbed by other plants.
if it's managed-and I think with those who are known, how could it not be managed?-how would we not benefit from them being reabsorbed back into our culture?"
As with sodium, the calcium is filtered in the kidneys and reabsorbed back into the body.
But WRB is a steadfast friend: solid, physical, real--a beacon, a hand held out, a reminder, a bridge; it arrives to be rediscovered and reabsorbed. In its pages I've kept up with old friends, made new ones, forged connections, found reassurance and a kinship of ideas, lives, and spirits; a shared history.
Scar tissue is then reabsorbed by the body and replaced by new tissue that is stronger and more flexible than scar tissue.
The recession, recognises BASF, has led to a surplus of quotas but that is only temporary and should be reabsorbed with the expected economic growth.
Looking first at medical polymers that can be reabsorbed into the body, then at those that cannot, mechanical engineers and materials scientists and engineers analyze the reliability and durability of the materials, and identify factors that influence those qualities.