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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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The measurement of investment activity is analysed from the perspective of macroecomics, but the approach integrating exo--and endogenic factors seems to be interesting.
Table 1: Factors, influencing management of labor potential of the executive power state body Level of influence Groups of factors Scientific and technical Exogenic International International and interstate programs of innovation development State State scientific and technical policy Regional Regional scientific and technical policy Endogenic State body Introduction of progressive equipment and technologies Level of influence Social and economic Exogenic International Demographic situation.
There also exists an interesting attempt to unite these two aspects in the concepts of the exogenic and endogenic parameters of translation (les parametres exogenes, les parametres endogenes).
The organic material appears to be endogenic with an orogenic source.
At any opportunity he undertook spectrographic surveys of the lunar surface for the purpose of detection of any changes characterizing endogenic activity.
Was it endogenic, arising from internal geologic activity, or exogenic, imposed from the outside?
It is a far cry from typical endogenic geological processes, some of which can take thousands or millions of years to reach completion.
Fat is the main source of endogenic water relative to carbohydrates and proteins; the amount of water produced by oxidation of 1 g of carbohydrate, protein, and fat is 0.