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ex·og·e·nous

 (ĕk-sŏj′ə-nəs)
adj.
1. Originating externally: an exogenous model of economic growth.
2. Originating or produced from outside a cell, tissue, or organism: exogenous antioxidants.

[French exogène : Greek exō-, exo- + French -gène, -gen.]

ex·og′e·nous·ly adv.
ex·og′e·ny (-ə-mē) n.

exogenous

(ɛkˈsɒdʒɪnəs)
adj
1. having an external origin
2. (Biology) biology
a. developing or originating outside an organism or part of an organism
b. of or relating to external factors, such as light, that influence an organism
3. (Psychiatry) psychiatry (of a mental illness) caused by external factors
exˈogenously adv

ex•og•e•nous

(ɛkˈsɒdʒ ə nəs)

adj.
originating from outside; derived externally.
[1820–30]
ex•og′e•nism, n.
ex•og′e•nous•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.exogenous - derived or originating externally
endogenic, endogenous - derived or originating internally
Translations

ex·og·e·nous

a. exógeno-a, externo-a, que se origina fuera del organismo.
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Taking the work of Garcia-Sanchez and Prado-Lorenzo (2010) as a reference, and given the important increase in the demand for this public service, this study aimed to relate the efficiency in provision of local sports facilities through a selection of exogeneous socio-economic variables.
Perhaps the difference in performance is due to exogeneous time shocks rather than output choices.
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