endogenesis

endogenesis, endogeny

the formation of cells from within. — endogenous, adj.endogenicity, n.
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The rapid urbanisation in China has had profound effects on the nation's economy, society and the environment in the past 30 years; however, it is still a controversial academic issue to discuss the driving forces embedded in both the endogenesis and the exogenesis.
Esta Segunda Republica tendria como fundamento la endogenesis, concepto que el profesor Borda utiliza para designar una especie de movimiento que tendria que hacer la nacion sobre si misma, para empezar a reconstruirse desde lo autoctono en conjunto, es decir, desde lo que en verdad es Colombia, tanto lo que esta en el territorio desde hace 12.000 y tantos anos, hasta lo que nos llego de oriente, y nos sigue llegando, hace 500 anos, dandole primacia a lo nativo, que es esa parte de Colombia, que pese al mestizaje, aun pervive con ese arraigo a la tierra mas que al capital.
Esta anotacion, evidencia el caracter paradojico de los apuntes procedentes de fuentes externas (exogenesis) que mediante el trabajo de escritura, de apropiacion de lo inicialmente ajeno, terminan por hacerse casi irreconocibles (endogenesis) (21).
The desired response is considered "endogenesis," meaning it is not attributable to an external factor, such as artificial hormones.
Realising the endogenesis of political risk, some authors contended that MNEs can play a more positive role in manipulating the political environment or managing political risk (Boddewyn, 1988; Boddewyn and Brewer, 1994; Hadjikhani, 2000; Frynas and Mellahi, 2003).
In order to eliminate the endogenesis interferer, rat urine samples were cleaned up by using solid-phase extraction (SPE) with polyamide cartridges.