exogen

NOUN
  1. flowering plant with two cotyledons; the stem grows by deposit on its outside
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  • α, and immune complexes were subjected to in vitro kinase assays using exogenous ATP-γ32P and PI as substrates followed by fluorography. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Consequently, these mutant cells rely exclusively on glycolysis for their energy requirements and require exogenous pyruvate and pyrimidines for growth.
  • Lots of people are using instruments that are unlikely to satisfy the exogeneity assumption required for identification. Trade Diversion
  • PP2A inhibition prevents p107 dephosphorylation and FGF-induced cell cycle arrest The regulation of Rb protein family phosphorylation by cyclin / cdk kinases is fairly well understood, but much less is known about the phosphatases that dephosphorylate Rbs during the normal cell cycle or in response to exogenous signals. PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles
  • Stem-cell-enriched CD49f hi cells amplify at dioestrus, or with exogenous progesterone, demonstrating a key role for progesterone in propelling this expansion. Naturejobs - All Jobs
  • As predicted, many get there because of so-called exogenous shocks: a major media announcement, a celebrity endorsement, a dignitary's death.
  • And it was nothing more, -- would have been a whit roused from its apathy, by the information that the primrose is a Dicotyledonous Exogen, with a monopetalous corolla and central placentation. Lay Sermons, Addresses and Reviews
  • According to Shannon surprisal, which is the information measure that D&M use, D&M’s exogenous information measures the amount of information in the success-or-failure outcome of the baseline search, not the amount of information in the search parameters. How do evolutionary processes create information? - The Panda's Thumb
  • I propose the term exogenic fulgurites (formed at or above the earth's surface) to distinguish this class from subterranean varieties.
  • The growth of the trunk or stem of all exogenous plants, or those which increase in size on the outside of the stem, is brought about by the descent of certain formative tissue called cambium, elaborated by the leaves and descending between the old wood and the bark, where it is formed into alburnum or woody matter. Scientific American, Volume XLIII., No. 25, December 18, 1880 A Weekly Journal of Practical Information, Art, Science, Mechanics, Chemistry, and Manufactures.
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