consumption: the process of taking food into the body through the mouth (as by eating)
(ingest) consume: serve oneself to, or consume regularly; "Have another bowl of chicken soup!"; "I don't take sugar in my coffee"
(ingest) absorb: take up mentally; "he absorbed the knowledge or beliefs of his tribe"
the action of ingesting, or consuming something orally, whether it be food, drink, medicine, or other substance. It is usually referred to as the first step of digestion
(ingest) To take into the body, as for digestion
(INGEST) to obtain food by engulfing it (as opposed to absorbing, which is what fungi do) (see PHAGOTROPHIC).
(Ingest) A general term for capturing or transferring video, audio, and metadata from one media storage system to another. ...
(Ingest) In the context of metadata, the ingest process is the method by which metadata is read into a system (e.g. a database import).
(Ingest) The acceptance of one or many submission information packages (SIPs) into an Open Archival Infoamtion System (OAIS). ...
(Ingest) The process by which one or many captured digital image files are taken into a computer system for some form of digital asset management.
(Ingest) The term used to describe the process of moving objects into Fedora.
(Ingest) This entity provides the services and functions to accept Submission Information Packages (SIPs) from Producers (or from internal elements under Administration control) and prepare the contents for storage and management within the archive.
(Ingest) to convey food into the alimentary canal – to eat.
(ingest) (CTV) see digitize, capture. The process of loading tape into a computer.
(ingest) News term for intake of media from a tape or live feed.
Ingested poisons are virtually impossible to utilize in a combat situation. A poisoner could administer a potion to an unconscious creature or attempt to dupe someone into drinking or eating something poisoned. Assassins and other characters tend to use ingested poisons outside of combat.
(Ingesting) Submitting works to the digital repository.
Taking into the body by mouth.
Swallowing (such as eating or drinking). Chemicals in or on food, drink, utensils, cigarettes, hands, etc. can be ingested. After ingestion, chemicals may be absorbed into the blood and distributed throughout the body.
1) the act of swallowing; 2) in the case of radionuclides or chemicals, swallowing radionuclides or chemicals by eating or drinking.
A heterotrophic mode of nutrition in which other organisms or detritus are eaten whole or in pieces.
The process of physically bringing data into an SRB Federation; in contrast to Registration, Ingestion involves the physical transfer of data, whereas Registration only creates a pointer to an existing data structure. ...
in-JEST-shun/ n. Swallowing (in order to introduce something into the digestive tract). The term ingestion can also refer a cell engulfing or surrounding food or some other material. Compare: absorption.