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1. To lay open the end of a tubular structure by making a longitudinal incision to increase its potential diameter.

See: spatulate.

2. The rounding of the corner on the graph relating rate of renal tubular secretion or reabsorption of a substance to its arterial plasma concentration, due primarily to the fact that some nephrons reach their tubular maximum before others do.

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The Fiber Disease

London, Hey what do you think, right through the food. That would be the green envelope on the green plant. http://www.wipo.int/pctdb/en/wo.jsp?IA=US2003006008&DISPLAY=HISTORY OOPS, they had to retract it. Wonder why? But, then there is a patent? http://tinyurl.com/yatbxl VACCINATING US THROUGH ...

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