Definition of Endogens
1. Noun. (plural of endogen) ¹
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Definition of Endogens
1. endogen [n] - See also: endogen
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Literary usage of Endogens
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1. A Class-book of Botany by Alphonso Wood (1851)
"The division of endogens (inside growers), including the grasses, and most bulbous plants of temperate regions, and the palms, canes, &c. of the tropics, ..."
2. The Vegetable World: Being a History of Plants, with Their Botanical by Louis Figuier (1869)
"Schleiden, in describing the peculiarities of endogens, and the manner in which ... the development of the vascular system is the same, but in endogens the ..."
3. Easy Lessons in Vegetable Biology, Or, Outlines of Plant Life by Joseph Henry Wythe (1883)
"In grasses the cells of the center disappear except at the nodes, (Chap. IX, Sec. 1,) leaving the stem hollow. 2. endogens are often called Monocotyledons, ..."
4. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge edited by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1864)
"endogens (Qr. trim, within, and y<wa<a, to generate), a class of plants so called because their items increase in diameter by the deposition of new woody ..."
5. First Lessons in Botany: Designed for Common Schools in the United States by Alphonso Wood (1856)
"Will you briefly describe the structure of endogens ? ... Point us to some examples of endogens.—The Green Brier is a northern, and the Palm is a southern ..."
6. Principles of general and comparative physiology: Intended as an by William Benjamin Carpenter (1841)
"... and endogens have many connecting links ; and from the latter group, the return to the Fungi is direct by the ..."
7. Orr's Circle of the Sciences: A Series of Treatires on the Principles of by Richard Owen, Wm S Orr, John Radford Young, Alexander Jardine, Robert Gordon Latham, Edward Smith, William Sweetland Dallas (1855)
"... are endogens, but with the peculiarity that the root is exactly like Exogene without concentric circles, and the leaves ..."