exogenous

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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
descriptive of a group created by public as opposed to private information
of a disease: having an external cause
of information: received from outside a group
produced or originating outside of an organism
being derived or developed from external causes
Outside the genes; all factors other than heredity or genetic (such as environment or trauma)
Due to, or produced by external causes; not arrising within the body
Grown or made outside the body; for instance, insulin made from pork or beef pancreas is exogenous insulin for people
(viral genes) Gene sequences not found in the host organism: derived elsewhere
Refers to a cause of a disability or impairment that stems from factors outside the body such as disease, toxicity, or injury
{s} outer, having an external source
-originating outside of the local environment; foreign, extraneous in origin
originating or produced outside the body
Arising on the outside of the generating structure (20)
1) Derived or developed from external causes or locations 2) For bioremediation, microorganisms from other locations, whose effectiveness has been tested and added to a site for remediation
Coming from a source outside an organism
Originating outside an organism
Growing from previously ossified parts; opposed to autogenous
originating outside of the local environment; foreign, extraneous in origin
Pertaining to, or having the character of, an exogen; the opposite of endogenous
Produced or made outside the body; for instance, insulin that is commercially produced (made from pork or beef pancreas or by biosynthetic processes) is exogenous insulin when given to people Pronounced: ex-SODGE-in-us Compare: Endogenous
Growing by addition to the exterior
Supplied to the body from an external source Insulin injected into the body is exogenous insulin
1. of information: received from outside a group 2. descriptive of a group created by public as opposed to private information
uncontrollable variables
rhythm generated within or by an organism because of rhythmic environmental cues that are external to the organism
derived or originating externally
imposing an affect on the body from the outside environment
developed or originating outsidehttp: //www graylab ac uk/cgi-bin/omd?outside the organism
Originating outside of the body
extogenous
exogenous depression
an inappropriate state of depression that is precipitated by events in the person's life (to be distinguished from normal grief)
exogenous obesity
obesity caused by overeating
exogenous variable
variable whose worth is determined by external conditions
exogenous variable
(Ticaret) A variable caused by one or more variables not contained within the given model
exogenously
in an exogenous manner, from an external source
exogenous

    الواصلة

    ex·og·e·nous

    التركية النطق

    eksōcınıs

    المتضادة

    endogenous

    النطق

    /ˌekˈsōʤənəs/ /ˌɛkˈsoʊʤənəs/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ ek-'sä-j&-n&s ] (adjective.) 1830. French exogène exogenous, from exo- + -gène ; more at -GEN.

    كلمة اليوم

    coliseum
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