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endogenus vs exogeno

  • macro - , Thursday, May 1, 2008 at 10:23pm

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  • macro - , Thursday, May 1, 2008 at 10:25pm

    P.S. Definitions:

    1. Main Entry: en·dog·e·nous
    Pronunciation: en-'dä-j&-n&s
    Function: adjective
    Date: 1830
    1 : growing or produced by growth from deep tissue <endogenous plant roots>
    2 a : caused by factors inside the organism or system <an endogenous psychic depression> <endogenous business cycles> b : produced or synthesized within the organism or system <an endogenous hormone>
    - en·dog·e·nous·ly adverb


    2. Main Entry: ex·og·e·nous
    Pronunciation: ek-'sä-j&-n&s
    Function: adjective
    Etymology: French exogène exogenous, from exo- + -gène (from Greek -genEs born) —more at -GEN
    Date: 1830
    1 : produced by growth from superficial tissue <exogenous roots produced by leaves>
    2 a : caused by factors (as food or a traumatic factor) or an agent (as a disease-producing organism) from outside the organism or system <exogenous obesity> <exogenous psychic depression> b : introduced from or produced outside the organism or system; specifically : not synthesized within the organism or system
    - ex·og·e·nous·ly adverb

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