Corroborative observations on endogenous formation were also given by his brother, Harry Goodsir, in 1845.
The exogenous and endogenous hydatids may coexist in the same bearer.
endogenous woods are hardest and most compact at circumferences.
We have in the botanical world the exogenous and the endogenous tree.
Why do endogenous stems chiefly abound in tropical climates?
It is an endogenous tree, and the cambium layer does not obtain.
endogenous stems are those that grow inwardly, from the centre.
Certain it is that if Federation is to be brought about, the movement must be endogenous.
A fourth group is formed by the endogenous woods, like yuccas and palms, which do not grow by such additions.
endogenous Structures, in botany, are those which arise in the interior of the parent organ.
endogenous en·dog·e·nous (ěn-dŏj'ə-nəs)
Originating or produced within an organism, a tissue, or a cell.
Caused by factors within the body. Used of a disease.
Originating or produced within an organism, tissue, or cell. Compare exogenous.