epigene


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ep·i·gene

 (ĕp′ə-jēn′)
adj.
Formed, originating, or occurring on or just below the surface of the earth.

[French épigène, from Greek epigenēs, growing after : epi-, epi- + -genēs, -born; see genə- in Indo-European roots.]
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epigene

(ˈɛpɪˌdʒiːn)
adj
(Geological Science) formed or taking place at or near the surface of the earth. Compare hypogene
[C19: from French épigène, ultimately from Greek epigignesthai to be born after, from gignesthai to be born]
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ep•i•gene

(ˈɛp ɪˌdʒin)

adj.
formed or originating on the earth's surface (opposed to hypogene): epigene rock.
[1815–25; < French épigène < Greek epigenḗs born after, growing after. See epi-, -gen]
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The solutional sinkholes are formed by epigene processes and collapse structures represent failure into an underlying void, which may have formed by hypogene or epigene processes.
Two fundamental types of speleogenesis, hypogene and epigene, are differentiated mainly by the distinct hydrodynamic characteristics of the respective groundwater flow systems: (1) stratiform confined aquifer systems or across-formational fracture-vein flow systems, of varying depths and degrees of confinement, and (2) hydrodynamically open, near-surface unconfined systems [7].
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The successful isolation of a number of informative MSAP fragments is reported, and their sequences are used to identify potential candidate epigenes involved in replanting disease.