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  • adj. Alternative spelling of endogenous.

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Examples

  • Sexual behavior and fertility decisions are endogeneous, after all, to the price, and so if at the margin it is slightly more expensive, then women may adjust their pregnancy risk downward, resulting in fewer abortions and no increase in births.

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  • Neither Dembski nor Marks offer any evidence that AI necessarily must be added to what they call “endogeneous information.”

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  • Development is, to a large extent, an endogeneous phenomenon, an inner gestation, a will to being, to doing.

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  • Membranes were stained with Red ponceau (lower left panel) to ensure that similar amounts of purified MBP had been loaded in the different lanes. *: p The use of fluorescent microspheres to track endogeneous APCs has been commonly used to analyze the migratory behavior of DCs in other tissues than the CNS

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  • At elevated temperatures, population densities showed endogeneous 'shuffling' at both sites and an emergence of types 1 and 3, the high-temperature specialists, with low phenotypic variance, at Lee Stocking Island (

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