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Synonyms for exogenous

derived or originating externally

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One of those is to apply exogenous proline under salt conditions (Agami, 2014).
We propose that statistical regression is not the most appropriate technique for analyzing the complex relationship between exogenous and endogenous variables.
Early research cited the maximum rate of exogenous carbohydrate oxidation to be ~1 g/min.
sup][8] The pathologic foundation for enteric bacterial translocation and gut-derived infections no long exists if conditional exogenous bacteria cannot attach and colonize to intestinal mucosal epithelial cells, and therefore the decolonizing mechanism of the gut itself is very important in protecting the human body against the invasion of pathogenic bacteria.
Previous studies have found that the adaptability of plants to temperature stress could be enhanced by exogenous calcium (Ca) treatment (Ding et al.
Some researchers observed a positive effect of treatment with exogenous cellulase on DM or organic digestibility (Lewis et al.
Exogenous lipoid pneumonia (ELP) is a rare form of pneumonia caused by inhalation or aspiration of fatty substances.
Because of this, it is important to keep in mind the likelihood of both inpatients and outpatients using marijuana and to understand the potential clinically significant drug interactions of exogenous cannabinoids, which are known to inhibit P-glycoprotein and CYP3A [10, 11,13].
However, some polyphagous species are susceptible to exogenous 20E, including Spodoptera frugiperda J.
The wind flow information is then used as the exogenous input to an ensemble of nonlinear autoregressive ANNs that are trained and subsequently used for prediction (forecasting) of the wind speed at turbine hub height and the wind power generated by the turbine.
In the present study, we examined the effects of exogenous leptin on the adaptive thermogenesis and hormone concentrations in Eothenomys miletus by transferring them from a short (SD, 8h :16h L: D) to long day photoperiod (LD, 16h: 8h L:D).
Exogenous ER[alpha] reversed the I3C mediated loss of IGF1R and IRS1 gene expression demonstrating that down-regulation of ER[alpha] is functionally linked to I3C control of IGF1R and IRS1 expression.
In third experiment, effect of varying dietary levels of Ca and P on efficacy of exogenous phytase in lactating Sahiwal cows was studied.
Prostaglandin E2, which is produced by the effect of exogenous (like lipopolysaccharide) and endogenous pyrogens (i.
The bank also added that a number of local and exogenous shocks could affect the economy.