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1. Ex
This Latin term, which is frequently used in medicine and pharmacy, means "from".

2. Ex modo prescripto (e.m.p.)
This Latin term, which is frequently used in medicine and pharmacy, means "after the manner prescribed".

3. Excelsior matting
A layer of fine, curled wood shavings used to stabilize eroding soil or to filter sediment from flowing water.

4. Excentric
To one side; off-center.

5. Excision repair
A DNA repair process where the damaged portion of DNA is excised, or removed, then the removed part is recopied from the other undamaged strand by DNA polymerase enzyme s, and finally the replacement part is attached to the site by DNA ligase enzymes.

6. Excitotoxin
A chemical substance that can damage and kill nerve cells by overstimulating them.

7. Exclosure
An area from which livestock or other animals are excluded.

8. Excrescence
A normal outgrowth; a disfiguring addition.

9. Excretion
This is a general term for the discharge of substances from the body.

10. Excretion
The process of removing the waste products of cellular metabolism from the body.


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