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Components of the converter and extruder store matter-energy during processing
and while awaiting extrusion. Storage in intercellular fluids is greatest during
periods after eating or drinking, when there is increased exchange between the ...
... trunk Dorsal root Lateral horn Lumbar spinal cord Ventral root Sympathetic
ganglion Dividing point between organism's channel and net and extruder
subsystems Dorsal root ganglion Pelvic nerve Dividing point between organism's
3.2.6 Extruder, the subsystem which transmits matter-energy out of the organism
in the forms of products or wastes. 188.8.131.52 Structure Specialized openings
through the organism boundary, with their associated tubes or ducts, and the
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TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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