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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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When the sex hormones are produced endogenously and released into the bloodstream, or they originate from some form of exogenous delivery (most common are oral, topical, vaginal, troche), most of the active hormones (97-98%) are bound up by specific proteins as mentioned earlier.
8) We, in contrast, explicitly model the behavior of firms endogenously choosing to
This endogenously determined the intervention point differs from the original HMZ study, which uses 1994 as the starting point of the intervention.
The model shows that disagreement and bias can emerge endogenously through daily actions and outcome learning, even completely independently of external factors like financial incentives.
In other words, in ceteris paribus economic laws there is an implicitly assumed thesis that the economic system with the existing set of unchanging variables will not cause any change endogenously.
Second, it allows for structural breaks to be identified endogenously rather than exogenously by utilizing recursive cointegration tests proposed by Hansen and Johansen (1993, 1999).
This implies that one parameter has to be determined endogenously.
There are authors with apocalyptic visions about the demise of the Euroland and EU, but representatives of moderate views are gaining consensus about the roots of the economic and financial governance in the EU - the lack of leadership and inability of the domestic actors to adapt to the dynamic change that is endogenously formulated.
This article moves towards a more complete story of sequential trade by imbedding endogenously determined variations of the trust game into a richer experimental environment with payoff privacy and buyer-seller framing.
Urinary excretion of estrogens, including endogenously produced estrogens, estrogens from dietary sources, and estrogens from prescription medications and veterinary pharmaceuticals, can result in surface water contamination and subsequent human exposure via contaminated drinking water.
Since we assume a closed economy, the relative prices of goods are determined endogenously.
In particular, it is relatively easy to introduce policies in the Manuelli and Seshadri (2008) model that endogenously change the rate of utilization of human capital (with no change in measured employment) that would appear as changes in technology.