Chemokinesis



[kee-moh-ki-nee-sis, -kahy-, kem-oh-] /ˌki moʊ kɪˈni sɪs, -kaɪ-, ˌkɛm oʊ-/

noun
1.
increased activity of an organism due to a chemical substance.
/ˌkɛməʊkaɪˈniːsɪs/
noun
1.
(immunol) the random movement of cells, such as leucocytes, stimulated by substances in their environment

chemokinesis che·mo·ki·ne·sis (kē’mō-kə-nē’sĭs, -kī-, kěm’ō-)
n.
Stimulation of an organism by a chemical.
che’mo·ki·net’ic (-kĭ-nět’ĭk, -kī-) adj.

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