Exogenous


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Exogenous

Describes facts outside the control of the firm. Converse of endogenous.

Exogenous

1. Describing anything outside a company's control. For example, a company may fail because of a recession even if it does everything right. In this case, the recession is an exogenous factor.

2. See: Independent Variable.
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It was well documented that exogenous application of proline had beneficial effects on plants exposed to salinity conditions (Ahmed et al.
Hence a linear regression may not be the best modeling tool to find the causal relationship between the endogenous and exogenous variables.
However, to date, only a handful of studies have investigated the effects of multiple carbohydrate (glucose or maltodextrin and fructose) ingestion on cycling performance parameters and whether the difference in exogenous carbohydrate oxidation between a multiple carbohydrate drink and single carbohydrate drink results in an improved performance.
Enteric decolonization of conditional exogenous bacteria can also be achieved by direct or indirect immune mediation.
During the temperature stress, after the exogenous application of CaCl2, the nitrate reductase (NR) activity increased significantly by 34% at 20C and 8.
The results from this study implicated that exogenous cellulase has no effect on nutrients digestion and N utilization in goats fed on high roughage diet irrespective of sources used.
Teppanyaki/Hibachi pneumonitis is a type of exogenous lipoid pneumonia that can be triggered by the inhalation of aerosolized lipids when igniting mixtures of alcohol and vegetable oil to create spectacular flames and volcanoes in restaurants with tabletop cooking performances.
It is also important to recognize the allelic variability of CYP3A in order to appreciate the unpredictable metabolism of tacrolimus, even in the absence of other exogenous drugs.
Here, we report the effects of exogenous 20E on food consumption, development, and survival of larvae, as well as the reproduction (including oviposition and fecundity) and longevity of adults of P xylostella.
As we reviewed earlier, one strategy for performing these two tasks is to predict the wind speed and wind power, respectively, based on the previously observed data, while the other strategy is to use the NWP or CFD wind speed data as an exogenous input for the prediction of the wind speed and wind power at some future time.
It shown that SD voles respond to the hormone by reducing body mass and energy intake by infusing with exogenous leptin.
It was concluded that addition of exogenous phytase decreased P excretion and increased its absorption significantly.