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autogenous

[ȯ′täj·ə·nəs]
(biology)
Originating or derived from sources within the same individual.
(science and technology)
Self-generated; produced without external influence.
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whether it is embodied in specific information-bearing molecules (as in DNA) or merely in the molecular interaction constraints of a simple autogenic process, information is ultimately constituted by preserved constraints, (pp.
Autogenic training for stress and anxiety: A systematic review.
Autogenic succession of steppe vegetation in postantique landscapes.
The possible reduced strength after stretching at different insistence times can be partially explained by an autogenic inhibition generated by the stretching owed the activation of Golgi tendon organs (CHALMERS, 2004) which may cause a decrease in the excitability of [alpha]-motoneurons (FOWLES et al.
2] nanoparticles prepared under autogenic pressure at elevated temperature," Chemical Physics Letters, vol.
Autogenic training to reduce anxiety in nursing students: Randomized controlled trial.
Other techniques reported to be used in combination with PEP therapy as specified by respondents included: Autogenic Drainage (n=1), cough assist machine (n=1), Flutter (n=1), incentive spirometry (n=1), increase fitness (n=2), manual cough assist (n=1), suction (n=1).
Autogenic succession in a subtropical savanna: Conservation of grassland to thorn woodland.
progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training) or intrusive thoughts at bed time (e.
The effect of Autogenic relaxation on chronic tension headache and in modulating cortisol response.