endogenous

[ US /ˌɛnˈdɔdʒɛnəs/ ]
[ UK /ɛndˈə‍ʊd‍ʒənəs/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. derived or originating internally
  2. of or resembling an endogen
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How To Use endogenous In A Sentence

  • Psoriasis adverse external factors and endogenous stimuli that?
  • The enveloped sporogony is endogenous in spore sacs of sporont origin, daughter cells are formed by vacuolation.
  • Second, to what extent are the impediments determined by structural factors beyond the control of the region, and to what extent are they determined by endogenous factors that can be mitigated by regional policy?
  • Thereby, in the absence of other myocyte structures as well as the absence of endogenous Cav1. 2, ectopic expression of BIN1 is sufficient to concentrate surface Cav1. 2. PLoS Biology: New Articles
  • Three institutional factors contribute to the endogenous problems of agricultural policy-making in the EU.
  • Circadian rhythmicity in regulation of endogenous physiological processes is a characteristic feature of eukaryotic organisms.
  • Plants also produce significant amounts of ammonium endogenously from processes such as photorespiration, phenylpropanoid biosynthesis, and amino acid catabolism.
  • Thus, the researchers proposed the hypothesis that alcohol releases endogenous opioids and that naltrexone blocks the opioid receptor.
  • At present, the endogenous financial needs of rural economic units cause it demands cooperative finance and commercial finance in rural areas.
  • It is thought that the weaker phytoestrogens can compete for estrogen receptors with the more potent endogenous estrogens thereby decreasing the overall estrogenic activity when it is deemed to be too high.
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