hetero-tactic

heterotactic

[het-er-uh-tak-tik]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or characterized by heterotaxis.
Also, heterotactous, heterotaxic [het-er-uh-tak-sik] .


Origin:
hetero- + Greek takt(ós) fixed, ordered, arranged (Compare tássein to arrange) + -ic

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