Noun(1) the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating(2) a process of taking up or using up or consuming
(1) This programme was designed to increase the rate of adults stopping smoking, reduce smoking uptake by teenagers, and reduce exposure to environmental tobacco smoke.(2) There has been a 76% uptake rate where screening is available and Mr O'Brien said he expects even higher rates in the south and west due to huge demand.(3) Precisely how insulin-initiated signals are modulated in liver cells for glucose uptake and metabolism is unknown.(4) In animal studies, the cinnamon extract improved insulin action via increasing glucose uptake in muscles.(5) In spite of this information, no conclusive or compelling evidence linking chloride uptake to water absorption has been presented so far.(6) As the external oxygen concentration declines, the rate of oxygen uptake into internal cells must keep up with the rate of oxygen consumption.(7) The Minister said that both schemes had been very successful and that uptake had far exceeded all expectations which necessitated a doubling of the funding originally provided.(8) Calcium channel blockers have no major effects on energy metabolism during exercise, and maximum oxygen uptake is generally preserved.(9) Lack of water and aeration will affect the anchorage and also other physiological functions such as uptake of nutrients, resulting in the fall of the tree in windy conditions, say the authorities.(10) the uptake of glucose into the muscles(11) Nitrogen uptake and metabolism are central for vegetative and reproductive plant growth.(12) The best methods for preventing uptake of smoking by young people have yet to be discovered, and broad based prevention programmes that tackle the many factors involved in this have been advocated.(13) The Nebraska medical team did this to increase the absorption and uptake of creatine to enhance its benefits in patients who have suffered weight loss from cancer.(14) Unless vaccine uptake improves rapidly, major measles epidemics are likely in the UK this winter.(15) Much of the moisture held in the soil at this level is available for uptake by growing plants.(16) It may also become possible to boost oxygen uptake , cardiac output and metabolic efficiency.
(1) oxygen uptake :: امتصاص الأوكسجين
1. consumption ::
3. intake ::
Different Formsuptake, uptakes
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