Translation for 'secretion' from English to Russian
NOUN1   a secretion [instance] | secretions
NOUN2   secretion [process] | -
SYNO secernment | secretion
секреция {ж}
секрет {м} [выделение]
secretion [substance]
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Translation for 'secretion' from English to Russian

секреция {ж}биол.мед.
secretion [substance]
секрет {м} [выделение]биол.мед.
Usage Examples English
  • The axillary pore (or "porus pectoralis") lying just below the humeral process in "Acrochordonichthys" is unusually large, and produces a milky-white mucus-like secretion when the fish is severely disturbed.
  • The alkaline tide is neutralised by a secretion of H+ into the blood during HCO3− secretion in the pancreas.
  • The autonomous nervous system strongly regulates their secretion, with parasympathetic stimulation stimulating insulin secretion and inhibiting glucagon secretion and sympathetic stimulation having opposite effect.
  • Holocrine gland secretion is the most damaging (to the cell itself and not to the host which begot the cell) type of secretion, with merocrine secretion being the least damaging and apocrine secretion falling in between.
  • It regulates pancreatic secretion activities, and also impacts liver glycogen storage and gastrointestinal secretion.

  • The two zones in which secretory activity occurs include Zone 2 and 4. Materials for secretion is accumulated in Zone 1 and 2. Secretion accumulation and secretion may also accumulate in Zone 5.
  • Prostaglandins inhibit gastric secretion, stimulate pancreatic secretion and mucous secretion in the intestines, and markedly increase intestinal motility.
  • Both apocrine and eccrine sweat glands use merocrine secretion, where vesicles in the gland released sweat via exocytosis, leaving the entire cell intact.
  • The core machinery of the Type VII secretion system is found in the inner membrane.
  • Both parameters may also be elevated in syndrome of inappropriate ADH secretion (SIADH), probably reflecting a compensatory mechanism, where the organism tries to maintain serum sodium concentrations by means of increased renin and/or aldosterone secretion.

  • Some Rhs toxins such as the previously mentioned system in "Dickeya dadantii" appear to be dependent on the type VI secretion system for delivery into neighbouring cells.
  • The secretion expelled onto the eggs as well as the secretion used as an ant guard contain similar rations of the same hydrocarbons.
  • Apocrine secretion is less damaging to the gland than holocrine secretion (which destroys a cell) but more damaging than merocrine secretion (exocytosis).
  • In summary, the larval defensive secretion of "P. vitellinae" may serve multiple biological functions, and the use of host plant chemicals as a source for the secretion may have evolved as a mechanism to conserve metabolic energy, altering the relative costs versus benefits of producing a defensive secretion.
  • Gastrin and CCK are important hormonal regulators that are known to induce gastric secretion, stimulate pancreatic secretion, increase blood circulation and water secretion in the stomach and intestine, and stimulate smooth muscle contraction.

  • Low intragastric pH stimulates antral D cells to release somatostatin. Somatostatin inhibits gastrin release from G cells. Reduced gastrin secretion reduces acid secretion.
  • Distension of the upper stomach stimulates the secretion of stomach acid, while distension of the lower stomach stimulates gastrin secretion.
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