what does the word systemic mean ?

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  • 4 weeks ago

    sys·tem·ic

    /səˈstemik/

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    1.

    relating to a system, especially as opposed to a particular part.

    "the disease is localized rather than systemic"

    2.

    PHYSIOLOGY

    denoting the part of the circulatory system concerned with the transportation of oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the body in general, especially as distinct from the pulmonary part concerned with the transportation of oxygen from and carbon dioxide to the lungs.

    3.

    (of an insecticide, fungicide, or similar substance) entering the plant via the roots or shoots and passing through the tissues.

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  • RP
    Lv 7
    4 weeks ago

    It means of, related to, or pertaining to the system, as opposed to something lesser like a particular action.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    In general, relating to a system, especially as opposed to a particular part.

    In physiology, denoting the part of the circulatory system concerned with the transport of oxygen to and carbon dioxide from the body in general, especially as distinct from the pulmonary part concerned with the transport of oxygen from and carbon dioxide to the lungs.

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