The oil that has penetrated into the crack will, by exudation, indicate the exact course and end of the crack.
This event also depends upon the quantity and quality of the exudation.
The original “chewing gum” was spruce gum, the exudation of the cut branches of the spruce or fir tree.
The exudation may, as in iritis, be serous, plastic or purulent.
Collect specimens of pus or other exudation in capillary pipettes for subsequent examination.
It is at times the exudation of a venomous idea, and it penetrates like a vapour.
When fetor exists, as during the detachment of patches of exudation, antiseptic and detergent sprays may be employed.
This humid "exudation of fine-grained stones in summer" would not sound abnormal if it were called condensation.
The exudation is usually demonstrable in the course of the second week or at the beginning of the third week.
Balm of Gilead, the exudation of a tree, Balsamodendron gileadense, nat.
exudation ex·u·da·tion (ěks'yu-dā'shən)
The act or process of exuding.