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exogenous

[‚ek′säj·ə·nəs]
(biology)
Due to an external cause; not arising within the organism.
Growing by addition to the outer surfaces.
(physiology)
Pertaining to those factors in the metabolism of nitrogenous substances obtained from food.

Exogenous

 

in botany, a term referring to the development of lateral organs in the peripheral cell layers of the main axis of a particular plant organ. Examples of exogenous organs are the leaves that develop in the form of external nodes on the growing point of shoots, root hairs (which are lateral growths of root integuments), and some epidermal growths (trichotomes) of a plant’s aboveground organs.

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1994) and the results suggested that testosterone might be associated with the development of male gametophytes; however, pollen viability in flowers developed on plants cultured on the medium with exogenously applied testosterone was highly reduced in our study.
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Short-term inflation expectations are set adaptively, where the weights w, and backward looking horizon J, are set exogenously.
When the probability of being exogenously relocated to the leisure island c increases, the option value of waiting decreases because it is more likely that the worker will find himself on the leisure island at the time that the idiosyncratic productivity level z improves.
2](0) > 0 are the values of agricultural and manufacturing labour at time 0 which are exogenously given.
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In the first we positively shock the path of the UK policy rate, moving it exogenously from the path implied by market rates in January 2013 to that in August 2014.
In the first theory, agents observe the state of the world with exogenously imposed noise; we refer to this environment as the signal extraction (SE) model.
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