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au·to·ge·net·ic

, autogenic (aw'tō-jĕ-net'ik, jen'ik),
Relating to autogenesis.
Synonym(s): autogenous (1)

autogenic

(of VEGETATIONAL SUCCESSION) affected by plant communities that themselves alter their environment.
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With the second intervention the autogenic instructions acted to control for nonspecific factors associated with introducing a credible intervention.
where {[DELTA][[epsilon].sub.n]} is the concrete elastic strain increment, {[DELTA][[epsilon].sup.c.sub.n]} is the creep strain increment, {[DELTA][[epsilon].sup.T.sub.n]} is the temperature strain increment, {[DELTA][[epsilon].sup.s.sub.n]} is the dry shrinkage strain increment, and {[DELTA][[epsilon].sup.0.sub.n]} is the autogenic volume.
Therefore, it is reasonable that physicians advise their patients to learn and practice relaxation techniques such as progressive muscle relaxation or autogenic training.
Case report: a case of intractable Meniere's disease treated with autogenic training.
Short-term effects of postural drainage with clapping vs autogenic drainage on oxygen saturation and sputum recovery in patients with cystic fibrosis.
Advocates of novel ecosystems are future oriented and value the autogenic development of new assemblages of flora and fauna brought about by human activity (see Katz (2014), Steinwall (2015), Verduijn et al.
Autogenic breathing, often used in the yoga tradition, is a simple technique that can be easily taught and practiced anywhere.
In order to bring the cost of this complex therapy down, scientists are looking at the possibility of allogenic (donor) therapy in lieu of autogenic therapy.
In TE approach, the cells isolated from autogenic, allogenic or xenogenic sources are cultured in an ECM to regenerate new tissues [3].
The autogenic training, the cognitive-behavioural therapy, the dermatological education, the cognitive-behavioural therapy, the stress management program proved their efficiency [26].