Galvanotropism
Galvanotropism Gal`va*not"ro*pism, n. [Galvanic + Gr. ? to turn.] (Bot.) The tendency of a root to place its axis in the line of a galvanic current. [1913 Webster]

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  • galvanotropism — SYN: electrotaxis. [galvano + G. trope, a turning] * * * gal·va·not·ro·pism .gal və nä trə .piz əm n a tropism in which electricity is the stimulus gal·va·no·tro·pic gal .van ə trō pik, .gal və nə adj * * * gal·va·not·rop·ism (gal″və… …   Medical dictionary

  • galvanotropism — n. movement or growth of an organism toward or away from an electrical current …   English contemporary dictionary

  • galvanotropism — gal·va·not·ro·pism …   English syllables

  • galvanotropism — /ˌgælvəˈnɒtrəpɪzəm/ (say .galvuh notruhpizuhm) noun the movements in growing plant organs induced by the passage of electric currents …   Australian English dictionary

  • galvanotropism — ˌgalvəˈnä.trəˌpizəm noun Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary galvano + tropism : a tropism in which electricity is the stimulus …   Useful english dictionary

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