Origin of transudation
OTHER WORDS FROM transudationtran·su·da·tive [tran-soo-duh-tiv], /trænˈsu də tɪv/, tran·su·da·to·ry [tran-soo-duh-tawr-ee], /trænˈsu dəˌtɔr i/, adjective
Words nearby transudation
How to use transudation in a sentence
This loss is one of simple transudation, increasing as the powers of life decrease.
Afterwards, as the weather becomes hotter, incisions are made through the bark, to assist the transudation of the juice.
The constant removal of the transudation from the outer side results from the pressure being less in this position.
The importance of these experiments with reference to the causes of the transudation of fluid from the blood is obvious.
In consequence of the latter the arterial flow is followed by increased transudation.