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Synonyms for exogenous

derived or originating externally

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I began to supplement with exogenous ketones myself and was very satisfied with my own results.
Here, we report the effects of exogenous 20E on food consumption, development, and survival of larvae, as well as the reproduction (including oviposition and fecundity) and longevity of adults of P xylostella.
In this study, we tried to investigate and compare the effects of endogenous versus exogenous hyperthermia on brain through animal experiment model.
The World Bank's country economist for Zimbabwe, Nadia Pifferetti, said, 'Zimbabwe's favourable evolution in 2011 continued to be supported by exogenous factors, including higher gold, platinum, tobacco and cotton prices and favourable weather conditions supporting recovering agricultural output.
The data hint that smaller grains were comparatively more receptive to an exogenous application of kinetin irrespective of their positions in the spike.
In order to develop a parsimonious theoretical framework to effectively capture the various uncertainties involved in the IT offshoring decision, we introduce and rely on the distinction between endogenous and exogenous uncertainty (Dixit & Pindyck, 1994; Folta, 1998).
The article will discuss the exogenous surfactants currently on the U.
The loan was approved by the IMF Executive Board under the high access component of the Exogenous Shocks Facility (ESF), a facility designed to provide policy support and financial assistance on concessional terms to eligible low-income countries facing temporary exogenous shocks.
IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn said Tanzania's request for financial support under the high-access component of the Exogenous Shocks Facility (ESF) would be considered by the fund's board before the end of May.
BUYERS of 94 of the 3,605 yearlings sold during the 2008 Keeneland September yearling sale requested tests for exogenous anabolic steroids during the 15-session auction.
The method of the present invention comprises increasing the intracellular level of a cdx in stem cells, including hematopoietic stem cells, in culture, either by providing an exogenous cdx protein to the cell, or by introduction into the cell of a genetic construct encoding a cdx.
ABSTRACT : Four hundred and forty 1-day-old Arbor Acre broilers were fed commercial starter diets with 0, 250, 750 and 2,250 mg/kg of an alpha-amylase preparation from 1 to 21 days of age to investigate the effects of an exogenous enzyme on growth performance, activities of digestive enzymes in the pancreas and anterior intestinal contents and pancreatic amylase mRNA expression.
An independent panel of arbitrators found by majority that a sample given by Landis after Stage 17 of last year's Tour was positive for exogenous testosterone and upheld an original two-year suspension.
The product (Fibrinet) uses a blood collection and platelet separation technology to provide a platelet-rich fibrin matrix in either gel or membrane form, and typically does not require exogenous thrombin for platelet activation or clot formation, said Dr.