Effector



[ih-fek-ter] /ɪˈfɛk tər/

noun
1.
Also, effecter. a person or thing that .
2.
Physiology. an organ or cell that carries out a response to a nerve impulse.
3.
Biochemistry. a substance, as a hormone, that increases or decreases the activity of an enzyme.
/ɪˈfɛktə/
noun
1.
(physiol) a nerve ending that terminates in a muscle or gland and provides neural stimulation causing contraction or secretion

effector ef·fec·tor (ĭ-fěk’tər)
n.

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