The exogenous and endogenous hydatids may coexist in the same bearer.
In botany, the white and softer parts of the wood of exogenous plants, lying between the inner bark and the heartwood.
We have in the botanical world the exogenous and the endogenous tree.
Most of the trees with which we have to do are of the exogenous type.
This is exogenous growth, or outside-growing, as the name denotes.
Heart-wood, the older or matured wood of exogenous trees, 142.
But they are present in all exogenous woods, and can readily be seen with the microscope.
Opposed to exogenous structures (see also Branching and Root).
It did not end with parties, Miss Pennington's exogenous experiment.
Exogenous stems are those that grow by the addition of wood on their outer surface, underneath the bark.