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Synonyms for autochthonous

existing, born, or produced in a land or region

Synonyms for autochthonous

of rocks, deposits, etc.

originating where it is found

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For Luke, the encoding of "capitalist commerce into what once was autochthonously evolving nature is most evident in the bioengineering of new plant and animal species.
0 [micro]m autochthonously produced in shrimp pond water increased shrimp growth compared to growth rates attained in clear well water, while solids > 5.
Everyone knows that nationality does not spring up autochthonously from the soil of the fatherland; it must be carefully cultivated.
Detritus also cycles autochthonously as egested matter and unconsumed kill, i.
Although these fictions imply (or even baldly state) that the essential components of nationality spring up autochthonously from the soil of the patrie, they actually take shape only in the context of the competing fictions of other nations.
The other marked feature of Adams' theoretical argument is that national industrial relations are believed to evolve autochthonously.