kinetogenesis
kinetogenesis ki*ne`to*gen"e*sis (k[-i]*n[=e]`t[-o]*j[e^]n"[-e]*s[i^]s), n. [Gr. kinhto`s movable + E. genesis.] (Biol.) The doctrine or hypothesis that animal structures have been produced, directly or indirectly, by animal movements. [1913 Webster]

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