- Produced inside an organism or cell. The opposite is external (exogenous) production.
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Endogenous — En*dog e*nous, a. 1. (Bot.) Increasing by internal growth and elongation at the summit, instead of externally, and having no distinction of pith, wood, and bark, as the rattan, the palm, the cornstalk. [1913 Webster] 2. (Biol.) Originating from… … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
endogenous — UK US /enˈdɒdʒənəs/ adjective ECONOMICS ► used in economics to describe something that is inside a particular system, rather than outside that system: »There are those who see the origins of the crisis as endogenous to the region … Financial and business terms
endogenous — 1830, from ENDO (Cf. endo ) within + GENOUS (Cf. genous) producing … Etymology dictionary
endogenous — [en däj′ə nəs] adj. [ ENDOGEN + OUS] 1. developing from within; originating internally 2. Biol. growing or developing from or on the inside 3. Physiol. Biochem. of the anabolism of cells … English World dictionary
Endogenous — Inside. For example, endogenous cholesterol is cholesterol that is made inside the body and is not in the diet. * * * Originating or produced within the organism or one of its parts. SYN: endogenic. [endo + G. gen, production] * * * en·dog·e·nous … Medical dictionary
endogenous — adjective Date: 1830 1. growing or produced by growth from deep tissue < endogenous plant roots > 2. a. caused by factors inside the organism or system < suffered from endogenous depression > < endogenous business cycles > b. produced or… … New Collegiate Dictionary
endogenous — From within the body, either a native function or the product of the extended colony...normal flora in the colon are considered endogenous … Herbal-medical glossary
endogenous — adj. [Gr. endon, within; genes, producing] Pertaining to development from within; internal origin; endogeny n; see exogenous … Dictionary of invertebrate zoology
endogenous — Product or activity arising in the body or cell, as opposed to agents coming from outside … Dictionary of molecular biology
endogenous — endogenicity /en doh jeuh nis i tee/, n. endogenously, adv. /en doj euh neuhs/, adj. 1. proceeding from within; derived internally. 2. Biol. growing or developing from within; originating within. 3. Pathol. (of a disease) resulting from… … Universalium
endogenous — adjective a) produced, originating or growing from within b) of a disease, caused by factors within the body Ant: exogenous See Also: endogeny, endogeneity … Wiktionary