adjective /zɛˈnɒʤənəs/
a) Of foreign origin; xenogenic.
b) Caused by a foreign body; originating outside the organism.<ref name="IMD">The Illustrated Medical Dictionary by William Alexander Newman Dorland (2 Ed.; 1901)  Xenogenous caused by a foreign body, or originating outside the organism.</ref>

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