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See definition of endogenous on Dictionary.com
  • as ininlying
  • as ininterior
  • as inself

synonyms for endogenous

  • autogenous
  • domestic
  • gut
  • home
  • in-house
  • inland
  • innermost
  • inside
  • interior
  • internal
  • intimate
  • inward
  • private
  • remote
  • secret
  • visceral
  • viscerous
  • internal
  • remote
  • domestic
  • gut
  • home
  • intimate
  • private
  • secret
  • autogenous
  • in-house
  • inland
  • inner
  • innermost
  • inward
  • visceral
  • viscerous
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How to use endogenous in a sentence

HERVs, or human endogenous retroviruses, make up around eight percent of the human genome, left behind as a result of infections that humanity’s primate ancestors suffered millions of years ago.
HUMANS ARE 8% VIRUS—HOW ANCIENT VIRAL DNA IN OUR GENOME PLAYS A ROLE IN DISEASE AND DEVELOPMENTAIDAN BURNOCTOBER 28, 2022SINGULARITY HUB 
The viruses, called porcine endogenous retroviruses, don’t bother pigs but might cause problems after suddenly finding themselves in another species.
WILL ANIMAL-TO-HUMAN ORGAN TRANSPLANTS OVERCOME THEIR COMPLICATED HISTORY?LAURA BEILJANUARY 31, 2022SCIENCE NEWS
These threats can be endogenous–internally generated, like if you have stressful thoughts–or they can be exogenous, such as the noise of an ambulance or pinging notifications on your phone overnight.
A SLEEP STORYTELLER REVEALS HER SECRETS FOR DRIFTING OFF NATURALLYPHOEBE SMITHAUGUST 6, 2020TIME
(B) Endogenous: The cell protoplasm becomes differentiated and condensed into a spherical or oval mass (very rarely cylindrical).
THE ELEMENTS OF BACTERIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUEJOHN WILLIAM HENRY EYRE
Endogenous Structures, in botany, are those which arise in the interior of the parent organ.
THE NEW GRESHAM ENCYCLOPEDIAVARIOUS
Certain it is that if Federation is to be brought about, the movement must be endogenous.
TOWN LIFE IN AUSTRALIAR. E. N. (RICHARD) TWOPENY
In animals, he says, the endogenous method is rare, and the customary origin is in an external blastema.
THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, OCTOBER, 1900VARIOUS
Corroborative observations on endogenous formation were also given by his brother, Harry Goodsir, in 1845.
THE POPULAR SCIENCE MONTHLY, OCTOBER, 1900VARIOUS
The mechanical properties of the stems of trees, both exogenous and endogenous, render them extremely serviceable to mankind.
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND MAGAZINE - VOLUME 10, NO. 263, JANUARY 9, 1841VARIOUS
It is an endogenous plant, the stem of which is enclosed in layers of half-round petioles.
THE PHILIPPINE ISLANDSJOHN FOREMAN
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WORDS RELATED TO ENDOGENOUS

  • autogenous
  • domestic
  • endogenous
  • gut
  • home
  • in-house
  • inland
  • innermost
  • inside
  • interior
  • internal
  • intimate
  • inward
  • private
  • remote
  • secret
  • visceral
  • viscerous
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.