adjective en·do·dynamomorphic \¦en(ˌ)dō+\

Definition of endodynamomorphic

of a developing soil

  1. :  characterized by changes brought about by inherent properties of the parent rock rather than by external forces or agencies —opposed to ectodynamomorphic

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Origin and Etymology of endodynamomorphic

end- + dynam- + -morphic

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a brief usually trivial fact

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