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endogenic

[¦en·dō¦jen·ik]
(geology)
Of or pertaining to a geologic process, or its resulting feature such as a rock, that originated within the earth. Also known as endogenetic; endogenous.
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This antioxidant activity is due to the chelation of transition metal ions, which simultaneously limits endogenic biosynthesis of ROS [12, 13].
Based on a broad literature, Kusz, Gedek, and Kata (2015) identified enumerated exogenic and endogenic factors that may determine the investment activity of family farms.
Michetti, Global attractor in Solow growth model with differential savings and endogenic labor force growth, AMSE Periodicals, Modelling Measurement and Control, Series D, 29(2):19-37, 2008.
In another study conducted by Kashi and Sarlak [8], titled "studying the factors affecting prohibited substances and endogenic complementary drugs in high school students by taking benefit from a self-reporting and researcher-made on 1,180 male and female students in 8 cities and Tarhan district, Kouhdasht township".
The methodological and the informational basis for evaluation of effectiveness of state management bodies activity on the basis of spatial aspects of public officials labor potential development is establishment of endogenic and exogenic factors, influencing the state body labor potential management (table 1) (Kiseleva, A.A., 2013).
This is due to the influence of various factors, including endogenic (e.g., blood pressure and brain activity) and exogenic ones (e.g., the electronics of the MR system and the external environment).
OATP transporters play important roles in the cellular uptake of variety of endogenic and xenobiotic compounds in the intestine and liver (Klaassen and Aleksunes 2010).
The needles are manufactured in various sizes and styles, and their surface contains endogenic dimples to ensure it is clearly visible during endoscopic ultrasounds.
Odonto- genesis is overall very sensitive to numerous exogenic and endogenic factors, such as diet and fluoride intake, that may modify tooth-bud growth in maturation, thus resulting in anatomical variations in dental morphol- ogy.7 Some investigators suggest that the potential for developing supernumerary roots may be throughout the course of root elongation.6
The OC ratio of the humus horizons and the forest floor shows that in the case of mull HC types the OC was accumulated predominantly into the mineral part of the soil profile (mean coefficient is >10), or this type of HC is characterized by endogenic sequestration of SOM.
The apparent internal origin of lunar domes was a major factor in endogenic interpretations of the maria, and their low profiles suggest a volcanism characteristic of fluid mafic magmas.