exogenous definition

  • adjective:
    • Biology Derived or created from outside of the body; originating externally.
    • Botany described as the inclusion of layers of woody muscle.
    • drug Having an underlying cause exterior towards human anatomy. Pre-owned of diseases.
    • created or originating beyond a system
    • of a disease: having an external cause
    • of data: obtained from outside a bunch
    • descriptive of an organization developed by community unlike private information
    • based on or originating outside; regarding, or getting the personality of, an exogen; -- the opposite of endogenous.
    • Growing by addition towards exterior; growing by addition of an innovative new additional level of cells on the surface underneath the bark; -- of flowers.
    • Developing from previously ossified parts; -- in opposition to autogenous.
    • brought on by elements from beyond your body, versus from an abnormality of interior features; -- of illness.
    • not synthesized inside the organism; consumed or assimilated from away from system.
    • derived or originating externally
    • Biology Derived or created from beyond your human body; originating externally.
    • Botany described as the inclusion of levels of woody tissue.
    • Medicine Having an underlying cause exterior towards the human anatomy. Used of conditions.
    • produced or originating away from an organism
    • of an ailment: having an external cause
    • of information: received from outside an organization
    • descriptive of a bunch developed by general public as opposed to personal information
    • produced from or originating outside; regarding, or having the personality of, an exogen; -- the exact opposite of endogenous.
    • Developing by inclusion toward outside; developing by inclusion of a new external level of cells at first glance just beneath the bark; -- of plants.
    • Growing from previously ossified parts; -- opposed to autogenous.
    • caused by factors from outside the body, instead of from an abnormality of inner features; -- of disease.
    • perhaps not synthesized inside the organism; soaked up or assimilated from away from system.
    • derived or originating externally
  • others:
    • Developing by improvements on the outside; specifically, in botany, owned by or feature regarding the class of exogens.
    • created on the exterior, as the spores of hyphomycetous and lots of other fungi; developing out of some component: especially used in physiology to those processes of a vertebra with no separate ossific facilities of one's own, but are mere outgrowths.
    • In geology, applied by Von Humboldt to extrusive, volcanic stones, contrary to endogenous rocks. See endogenous, 3.
    • Growing by improvements on the outside; especially, in botany, owned by or feature associated with the course of exogens.
    • Produced on the outside, once the spores of hyphomycetous and lots of various other fungi; growing out from some part: especially applied in anatomy to those processes of a vertebra with no separate ossific facilities of one's own, but they are mere outgrowths.
    • In geology, used by Von Humboldt to extrusive, volcanic stones, contrary to endogenous rocks. See endogenous, 3.

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