... take into account the state of the animal before ingestion
and after digestion as well as the chemical ... by finding the difference between the pre ingestion
state and the post digestion state.
The effect ... an extended period of time in which all food and ingestion
must be exactly regulated and all waste must be ...
... , digestion is a multi-stage process in the digestive system , following ingestion
of the raw materials, most often other organisms. The process of ingestion
usually involves some type of mechanical manipulation.
... poisonous formaldehyde , which can cause blindness or death. Interestingly, an effective treatment to prevent formaldehyde toxicity after methanol ingestion
is to administer ethanol. This will bind to alcohol dehydrogenase, preventing methanol from binding and thus its acting as a substrate .
... it, hindered by the antibody. They can also agglutinate them so the phagocytes can capture them.
Antibodies that recognize bacteria mark them for ingestion
by macrophages. Together with the plasma component complement , antibodies can kill bacteria directly. They neutralize toxins by binding with ....
... microorganism. Adhesion is enhanced by opsonization, where proteins like opsonins are coated on the surface of the bacterium. This is followed by ingestion
, in which the phagocyte extends projections, forming pseudopods that engulf the foreign organism. Finally the bacterium is digested by the enzymes ...
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... production process. This raw material that is processed by the body to produce needed serotonin is called tryptophan and its only source is through ingestion
of certain foods, turkey being the most cited example. Tryptophan was also sold as a suppliement in health food stores until a contaminated shipment, ...