The so-called exogenous type occurs sparingly in man, whilst theendogenous type is very abundant.
The exogenous and endogenous hydatids may coexist in the same bearer.
As the same endogenous rock manifests almost every where the same degree of activity, so on the contrary, different rocks belonging to the same class, whether to the endogenous or the erupted, exhibit great differences in their character.
It remains for future inquirers to determine how transformation can have been effected without contact with the endogenous stone, where strata of dolomite are found to be interspersed in imestone.
The rocks which I have termedendogenous are characteristically distinguished by Lyell, in his 'Principles of Geology', 1833, vol.
Defn: Resembling a cord in toughness and flexibility, as the roots of someendogenous trees.
Defn: Any endogenous tree of the order Palmæ or Palmaceæ; a palm tree.
Defn: A genus of endogenous bulbous plants with handsome flowers, having a cup-shaped crown within the six-lobed perianth, and comprising the daffodils and jonquils of several kinds.
Defn: An American endogenous plant (Tradescantia Virginica), with long linear leaves and ephemeral blue flowers.
Defn: A name given to many aquatic or marsh-growing endogenous plants with soft, slender stems, as the species of Juncus and Scirpus.
Defn: A genus of endogenous plants found in tropical America, and some species also in India.
Defn: A genus of epiphyticendogenous plants found in the Southern United States and in tropical America.
Defn: Of or pertaining to a natural order (Xyrideæ) of endogenous plants, of which Xyris is the type.
Defn: Any plant of the genus Carex, perennial, endogenous herbs, often growing in dense tufts in marshy places.
Growth from within; multiplication of cells by endogenous division, as in the development of one or more cells in the interior of a parent cell.
They appear to be nucleoli in which a number of smaller nucleoli are originating by a process of endogenous growth, analogous perhaps to endogenous cell-formation.
A genus of endogenous bulbous plants with handsome flowers, having a cup-shaped crown within the six-lobed perianth, and comprising the daffodils and jonquils of several kinds.
A genus of endogenous plants, native to Australia, having a thick, sometimes arborescent, stem, and long grasslike leaves.
A genus of endogenous plants found in tropical America, and some species also in India.
A genus ofendogenous plants growing in the North Temperate zone, and consisting of about eighty species.
It is an endogenous plant, the stem of which is enclosed in layers of half-round petioles.
It is the fruit of an herbaceous endogenousplant of the natural order Musaceae.
An endogenous plant having simple leaves, a stem generally jointed and tubular, the husks or glumes in pairs, and the seed single.
Resembling a cord in toughness and flexibility, as the roots of some endogenous trees.
It is not hereby meant to ignore the fact that differential responses to dominant environmental variables occur within a species, indicating endogenous control over timing of breeding.
Multiplication takes place in some cases by theendogenous formation of zoospores, the organism having come to rest; in others by longitudinal division, when the organism is still motile.
Ehrenberg), a genus of suctorial Infusoria characterized by the possession of a stalk and cup-shaped sheath or theca for the body, and endogenous budding.
It is an endogenous tree, and the cambium layer does not obtain.
But being an endogenous tree, its pithy interior makes it always soft at the center, or heart.
In this type of illness the endogenous multiplication of the parasites is very great and rapid, and brings about an enormous diminution in the number of healthy red blood corpuscles.
Lignieres has observed a kind of multiple fission in the stomach, several very minute bodies, consisting mostly of chromatin, being formed, which may serve for endogenous reproduction.
As regards the life-history, the endogenous (schizogonous) cycle is known in many cases.
When the mosquito next bites a man, numbers of them are injected, together with the minute drop of saliva, into his blood, where they begin a fresh endogenous cycle.
The liberated merozoites proceed to infect fresh blood corpuscles and a new endogenous cycle is started.
Their growth is essentially endogenous, and will probably be found when examined aborigine to approximate to that of Cycadeae, although these last are of a more exogenous than endogenous nature.
And with respect to Sarcocoidalis I shall adopt the same opinion, if I find on enquiry that a binary number, and imperfection of the female as compared with the male, are more characteristic of Endogenous than of Exogenous growth.
Foot-ball produces what may be called the endogenous or ingrowing toenail, stringhalt and mania.
It has been clearly shewn by Strasburger that endogenous cell formation is secondarily derived from cell division; so that the occurrence of this process in Dicyema probably indicates that the hypoblast was primitively multicellular.
Osseous Fishes, Echinaster fallax, Eucope polystyla, there are a large number of nearly equal germinal spots which appear to result from the division or endogenous proliferation of the original spot.
F) in the hypoblast cells by a kind of endogenous growth, and though they have at first certain peculiar characters they soon become indistinguishable from the remaining mesoblast cells.
One to five cells appear in the axial hypoblast cell, in a way not clearly made out, and each of them gives rise by an endogenous process to several generations of cells, all of which develop into infusoriform embryos.
In the embryo cell new cells are stated to be formed by a process of endogenous cell formation (fig.
Purins in the body may either result from the wear and tear of certain cell contents, when they are called endogenous purins; or they are introduced in the food, when they are distinguished as exogenous purins.
The genus Bacillus, for instance, is the name given to all rod-shaped bacteria which form endogenous spores, etc.
There is no good evidence that they have any special resisting power to heat like endogenous spores, and bacteriologists in general are inclined to regard them simply as resting cells.
Endogenous stems are those that grow inwardly, from the centre.
The vascular structure of endogenous stems lying more abundantly towards their centre, tends to conserve the juices which in hot climates are so highly valued.
Some species of endogenous plants are also widely distributed, the Phleum alpinum of Switzerland occurring without the slightest difference at the Strait of Magellan, and the quaking grasses of Europe in the interior of Southern Africa.
He extended also his observations on the endogenous formation of cells to the cartilage cells in the process of inflammation and to other tissues undergoing pathological changes.
Corroborative observations on endogenous formation were also given by his brother, Harry Goodsir, in 1845.
The endogenous origin of new cells within a preexisting cell and the process which we now term the segmentation of the yolk were successfully demonstrated.
In animals, he says, the endogenousmethod is rare, and the customary origin is in an external blastema.
The purin bodies are both endogenous and exogenous--that is, they may be brought into the body in food as such, or they may be formed as a result of the metabolism of the body tissues.
This end-product of protein metabolism is, like uric acid, endogenous and exogenous.
They are characterized by their unicellular nature, their power of rapid budding, their capacity for fermenting various sugars, and their power of forming endogenous spores.
The sporangium with its endogenous spores has been compared with an ascus, and on these grounds the group is placed among the Ascomycetes--a very doubtful association.
The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "endogenous" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.