Definitions for "DIGESTION"
The conversion of food, in the stomach and intestines, into soluble and diffusible products, capable of being absorbed by the blood.
the breaking down and absorption of the food you eat.
The process by which food that has been taken into the mouth is broken down so that is can be absorbed and used by the body's cells. Digestion involves physically breaking down the food by chewing and churning in the stomach. Food is also chemically broken down by digestive juices that are produced in the stomach and other parts of the digestive tract.
The conversion of victuals into virtues. When the process is imperfect, vices are evolved instead -- a circumstance from which that wicked writer, Dr. Jeremiah Blenn, infers that the ladies are the greater sufferers from dyspepsia.
The act or process of digesting; reduction to order; classification; thoughtful consideration.
the first stage in the Bayer process in which crushed bauxite is mixed with a concentrated caustic soda (sodium hydroxide) solution and heated under pressure to dissolve the alumina.
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Metabolite Thrombosis
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Neurology Tomography
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Peppermint, Bitters
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Myeloma Ulcer
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Oral Urethritis Overdose
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Generation of pus; suppuration.
Keywords:  liquefy, prey, spiders, spit, enzymes
spiders spit digestive enzymes on/in prey to liquefy tissue. They then suck this liquid in together with the prey's body fluids
The hydrolysis of macromolecules resulting in the release of component structures.
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DNA DNA fingerprinting
Keywords:  gut, vascular, soluble, feed, lymph
The reduction in particle size of feed so that the feed becomes soluble and can pass across the gut wall into the vascular or lymph system.
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learning and coming to understand ideas and information; "his appetite for facts was better than his digestion"
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