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Related to endogenetic: endogenic
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Adj.1.endogenetic - of rocks formed or occurring beneath the surface of the earth; "endogenic rocks are not clastic"
geology - a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
integrative - combining and coordinating diverse elements into a whole
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To characterize and explore the endogenetic fungi of Chinese Cordyceps from Tibetan plateau for their bioactive potential, more than 30 kinds of endogenetic fungi were routinely isolated from Chinese Cordyceps.
In this area, the fractures of cleats of main coal seam were comparatively developed; density of endogenetic fracture is 10~30 pieces/ 5 cm.
Liu et al., "Progress and records in the study of endogenetic mineralization during collisional orogenesis," Chinese Science Bulletin, vol.
They did not show any "endogenetic" features such as "melancholic" forms of depression, for which, the best choice in terms of speed of response and global therapeutic efficacy was a psychopharmacological treatment.
The purpose of such inspections was to look for evidence of endogenetic (internal) activity which, as Kozyrev believed, should necessarily exist in the Moon.
Yi (2000) showed by immune electron microscopy that fat was joined to the apoB chain to form VLDL which then transports endogenetic fat to extrahepatic tissues.
It is interesting that good crystals of scheelite have been observed to occur in so many mines in southern and central China: a clear indication that the magmas which intruded during the Yanshan Epoch, giving rise to most of the region's endogenetic ore deposits, had a common origin.