Exogenous

Originating externally, outside the organism. Arising on the outside of the generating structure.

exogenous

Type: Term Pronunciation: eks-oj′ĕ-nŭs Definitions: 1. Originating or produced outside of the organism. Synonyms: ectogenous, exogenetic
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exogenous

Arising on the outside of the generating structure.
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exogenous

[adj] - derived or originating externally
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Exogenous

arising from outside of the body
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Exogenous

Arising from the outside; the opposite of endogenous
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Exogenous

Exogenous: Originating from outside the organism. Insulin taken by a diabetic is exogenous insulin.
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Exogenous

Originating outside an organism.
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Exogenous

Ex·og'e·nous adjective 1. (Botany) Pertaining to, or having the character of, an exogen; -- the opposite of endogenous . 2. (Biol.) Growing by addition to the exterior. 3. (Anat.) Growing from previously ossified parts; -- opposed to autogenou...
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exogenous

<biology> Developed or originating outside the organism, as exogenous disease. ... Origin: Gr. Gennan = to produce ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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exogenous

exogenic adjective derived or originating externally
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Exogenous

Describes facts outside the control of the firm. Converse of endogenous.
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exogenous

A variable is exogenous to a model if it is not determined by other parameters and variables in the model, but is set externally and any changes to it come from external forces. Contrast endogenous. Contexts: phrases
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exogenous

(ek-soj´ә-nәs) developed or originating outside the organism, as exogenous disease. growing by additions to the outside.
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Exogenous

• (a.) Pertaining to, or having the character of, an exogen; -- the opposite of endogenous. • (a.) Growing by addition to the exterior. • (a.) Growing from previously ossified parts; -- opposed to autogenous.
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exogenous

(exo- + Gr. gennan to produce) developed or originating outside the organism, as exogenous disease.
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Exogenous

Coming from outside, usually in the context of an economic model, in which it means only that it is not explained within the model.
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Exogenous

Grown or made outside the body; for instance, insulin made from pork or beef pancreas is exogenous insulin for people. Contrast endogenous.
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EXOGENOUS

Originating outside the body
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Exogenous

Coming from outside the body (the opposite of endogenous).
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exogenous

having an external origin
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