hypogene

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hypogene

[′hī·pə‚jēn]
(geology)
Of minerals or ores, formed by ascending waters.
Of geologic processes, originating within or below the crust of the earth.
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These structures probably represent collapse into an underlying void, which could be either hypogenic or epigenic in origin.
Still, this Absynthium (made from wormwood) has "depressed the medullary centres" of our brains to such a pleasurable level we're keen to have a crack on The Hypogenic Mind Machine.
At Potosi it is thought to have formed by hydrothermal alteration of sphalerite and pyrite in the presence of phosphate ions supplied by associated hypogenic apatite (Avila-Salinas, 1982).