- a former name for monocotyledon
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Examples from the Web for endogen
Will it be cleared of ambiguity by saying, "Every tree is endogen or exogen?"
As the yucca is an endogen, this peculiarity is a remarkable one.The Mystic Mid-Region
Arthur J. Burdick
Pipe-stems and fish-poles are hollow, but the cane we make them of is an Endogen, too.
The Endogen flower is nearly always divided in threes, like the lily, which has six petals.
And corn belongs to the grass family, too, and corn is an Endogen, for it has a big pith instead of rings.