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- adj. Originating within the earth; endogenous or endogenetic
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- adj. derived or originating internally
- adj. of rocks formed or occurring beneath the surface of the earth
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To use Gergen’s 1985 dichotomy, with its external and internal referents, the focus is exogenic as opposed to endogenic, which is subjective or phenomenological.
In natural and artificial systems in which fitness is endogenic, application of the measure presented here may be more desirable than application of a fitness-based measure.
Unequivocal assignment of mtDNA haplotypes was possible for 56 of the ancient individuals; however, the success rate varied substantially between sites; the highest rates were obtained with untouched, freshly excavated material, whereas heavy handling, archeological preservation and storage for many years influenced the ability to obtain authentic endogenic DNA.
Agriculture is bankrupt despite the stridency given to the redistribution of lands, the supposed endogenic development and dietary self-sufficiency promoted by official propaganda.
The highly effective, easy to follow organization has been retained, with new discussion of state-of-the-art advances in finite element analysis, endogenic sources, control theory, tissue electrical properties, and invasive measurements.
This differs from high energy To endogenic impactogenesis of explosive volcanism.
It is hypothesised that the variations in growth rates over time under controlled conditions are partly due to endogenic periodicities in
- endogenic dormancy which is due to the properties of the embryon or the endosperm;