cytotactic

cytotaxis

[sahy-tuh-tak-sis]
noun Biology.
the mutual attraction or repulsion of cells or groups of motile cells.

Origin:
cyto- + -taxis

cytotactic [sahy-tuh-tak-tik] , adjective
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cytotaxis (ˌsaɪtəʊˈtæksɪs)
 
n
biology movement of cells due to external stimulation

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cytotaxis cy·to·tax·is (sī'tə-tāk'sĭs)
n.
The attraction or repulsion of cells for one another.


cy'to·tac'tic (-tāk'tĭk) adj.
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