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endogenous

Biology developing or originating within an organism or part of an organism

endogenous

[en′däj·ə·nəs]
(biochemistry)
Relating to the metabolism of nitrogenous tissue elements.
(geology)
(medicine)
Pertaining to diseases resulting from internal causes.
(psychology)
Pertaining to mental disorders caused by hereditary or constitutional factors.
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This method is an appropriate technique, especially when there are endogeneous macroeconomic factors that can cause co-movements between the above variables.
To look for indications of an endogeneous circadian rhythm that sets the activity pattern, an additional experiment was conducted in which light was turned on and off several times during the night.
1990), "Government spending in a simple model of endogeneous growth", The Journal of Political Economy, vol.
To block the endogeneous peroxidase enzyme activity, the sections were treated with peroxidase block for 10- 15 minutes and then again washed with 3 changes of TBS for 5 minutes each.
In an extensive culture practice, the target species completely depend on the natural food supply from the culture medium while semi-intensive culture practice lies between intensive (also known as endogeneous food supply) and extensive (also known as exogeneous food supply) in various degrees.
GFR cannot be measured directly in the glomerulus of the kidneys; however, it can be determined with endogeneous and exogoneous filtration markers.
Y = f (K, L, At) , GDI, t , u (22) This equation shows the technology change as endogeneous and GDI, t , u GDI= Gross domestic investment
Indeed, the pulp of most fruits is by no means easy to press since these fruits often lack endogeneous pectinolytic enzymes.
Instrumental variables are highly correlated with endogeneous variables.
4) See also Haefke, Sonntag, and van Rens (2009) and Pissarides (2009) for insightful discussions of this example and Rudanko (2009) for a model with endogeneous wage rigidity within ongoing matches.