Definition of Exogenously

1. Adverb. In an exogenous manner ¹



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Definition of Exogenously

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exogenously

exogenetic
exogenic
exogenic toxicosis
exogenism
exogenisms
exogenote
exogenous
exogenous DNA
exogenous creatinine clearance
exogenous cycle
exogenous depression
exogenous fibres
exogenous obesity
exogenous ochronosis
exogenous pigmentation
exogenously (current term)
exogens
exogeny
exogeography
exogeology
exogeomorphology
exoglossic
exoglycosidase
exoglycosidases
exogyra
exokernel
exokernels
exolete
exolever

Literary usage of Exogenously

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1. Structural Adjustment and Intersectoral Shifts in Tanzania: A Computable by Peter Wobst (2001)
"On the production side, labor markets are not differentiated and the nominal wage is set exogenously, which translates into a distorted labor market not ..."

2. Transactions of the Manchester Geological Society by Manchester Geological Society (1888)
"Was there anything so outrageous as for a man knowing anything of botany, to state that these great cryptogams grew exogenously ? My old friend Brongniart— ..."

3. A Student's Text-book of Botany by Sydney Howard Vines (1896)
"that is, exogenously. The adventitious development of buds on the stem may take place either exogenously or endogenously. In the former case the buds may be ..."

4. The Changing Public Role in a Rice Economy Approaching Self-Sufficiency: The by Francesco Goletti (1994)
"The previous formulation leaves the growth of yield exogenously determined. The assumptions regarding yield growth are stated in a later section. ..."

5. Economic Models of Tropical Deforestation: A Review by David Kaimowitz, Arild Angelsen (1998)
"In both models fuelwood regeneration is exogenously determined and spatially specific. In the first model, this regeneration is entirely biologically ..."

6. Report by British Association for the Advancement of Science (1890)
"Hitherto no proof has been available that their stems ever grew exogenously. I am now, however, in a position to prove that the fine exogenous arborescent ..."

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