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FACTORS INFLUENCING PELLET EGESTION AND GASTRIC PH
processes of pellet formation and egestion in birds of prey (Farner, 1960).
Influence on Pellet Egestion Time in Individual Great Horned Owls
J. Raptor Res. 25(3):90-91.
THE EGESTION OF PHAGOCYTIZED PARTICLES BY
cytosis, and, when it occurred, the egestion of the phagocytized organisms. S~ rains.
Egestion of Degraded Meningococci by Polymorphonuclear
SUPPORT FOR THE SALIVATION-EGESTION HYPOTHESIS FOR

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Included in these captured moments are naked bodies in the act of egestion photographed by Katie Koti ART '12 that display the sensuality of the human skin.

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Egestion - definition from Biology-Online.org
Definition and other additional information on Egestion from Biology-Online.org dictionary.
Egestion - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
the act or process of discharging undigested or waste material from a cell or organism; specifically : defecation. — egest \i-ˈjest\ transitive verb.
egestion - definition of egestion by the Free Online Dictionary
tr.v. e·gest·ed, e·gest·ing, e·gests.
What are the differences between excretion and egestion
Egestion | Define Egestion at Dictionary.com
Egestion definition, the process of egesting; the voiding of the refuse of digestion. See more.

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