10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ENDOGENY»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to endogeny
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
An Ecological History of Agriculture 10,000 B.C.-A.D. 10,000
ENDOGENY AND ORTHOGENES1S. Endogeny is change that originates from
within. In open systems, exogenous factors, or those operating from outside the
system, are inevitably at work, but they may act only to mask endogeny, which ...
Gene Targeting: Genetics, Genetic Recombination, Endogeny
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Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, McBrewster John, 2010
Ceylon Journal of Science: Botany
In the case of an ordinary subterranean root, it is easy to see that endogeny is
advantageous to the lateral roots, and perhaps also necessary. The extreme tip
of the root is forcing its way through the soil, and it would be difficult for either
Endogenous Regional Development: Perspectives, Measurement ...
6. Diversity. and. endogeny. in. regional. development: applying. appreciative.
intelligence. Tojo Thatchenkery and Jessica Heineman-Pieper INTRODUCTION
Endogenous processes in regional economic development have received ...
Robert John Stimson, Roger Stough, Peter Nijkamp, 2011
Unnatural Journeys: Part One
Zanella had never seen an endogeny, in real life, and wasn't sure they actually
existed. That was unfortunate, because one of them entered her dreams every
other night: 'Hello again, human child. ” The endogeny sat on a vast green pile of
Handbook of Depression and Anxiety: A Biological Approach
In spite of his empirical bias, Kraepelin continued to link the clinically descriptive
course criterion with the etiological hypothesis of endogeny. Through this, the
reference to heredity became an established fact. In practical terms, Kraepelin's ...
Siegfried Kasper, Johan A. den Boer, J.M. Ad Sitsen, 2003
Groups are often called isogenic if they have isomorphic quotients by finite
groups; for that reason, I shall call a definable homomorphism f from A into A/B an
endogeny of A, where B is a finite subgroup of A. I shall call B the cokernel of f if f
Fermentation (Biochemistry): Redox, Endogeny
, Cellular ...
This is in contrast to cellular respiration, where electrons are donated to an exogenous electron acceptor, such as oxygen, via an electron transport chain.
Frederic P. Miller, Agnes F. Vandome, John McBrewster, 2010
Negative Binomial Regression
Consequently they are jointly estimated with the response and result in biased
estimates; this problem is sometimes referred to as endogeny. Endogenous
predictors are related to instrumental predictors, usually called instrumental
An 6-endomorphism of A, or endogeny, is a relatively definable homomorphism r
from a subgroup Ar of finite index in A to A/Sr, where Sr & 6. We may also view an
endogeny as a relatively definable subgroup E of A x A with pri(E) = Ar (the ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ENDOGENY»
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Hover No More: Helicopter Parents May Breed Depression and …
This is a prime example of a cross-sectional study that is being reported as having a cause-effect relationship (an error of endogeny, ... «TIME, Feb 13»
Who Is Punished for Plagiarism?
... or Ruwick, Porter, or a host of other thinkers who have inspired me–as if exogony and endogeny could form separate categories in any case.". «Inside Higher Ed, Jul 11»