Definition of Endogeny

1. Noun. A geological phenomenon below the surface of the earth.

Generic synonyms: Geological Phenomenon
Derivative terms: Endogenetic



Definition of Endogeny

1. n. 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.

Definition of Endogeny

1. Noun. Growth from within. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Endogeny

1. growth from within [n -NIES]

Medical Definition of Endogeny

1. 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. See: Endogenesis. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Endogeny

endogenizes
endogenizing
endogenote
endogenous
endogenous creatinine clearance
endogenous cycle
endogenous depression
endogenous fibres
endogenous infection
endogenous pyrogen
endogenous retrovirus
endogenous retroviruses
endogenous virus
endogenously
endogens
endogeny (current term)
endoglin
endoglobular
endoglossic
endoglucanase
endoglycoceramidase
endoglycosidase
endoglycosidases
endognath
endognathal
endognathion
endognaths
endohedral
endohedrally
endohedrals

Literary usage of Endogeny

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1. The Races of Man: An Outline of Anthropology and Ethnography by Joseph Deniker (1900)
"... that is to say, marriage outside the clan, as opposed to endogamy or endogeny, marriage within the clan. It must be said, however, that exogamy is as ..."

2. Spolia Zeylanica by Colombo Museum, National Museums of Sri Lanka, National Museums of Ceylon (1908)
"The multiple endogeny which I have described as occurring in these parasites finds a parallel in the life-history of the common liver- fluke, ..."

3. Race and Default in Credit Markets: A Colloquy edited by Michael A. Stegman (1996)
"This discussion is not intended to address the issues of endogeny raised by Rachlis and Yezer( 1993). 3. Ross (1994) observes that loan performance ..."

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