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trop•o•tax•is



Pronunciation: (trop"u-tak'sis, trō"pu-), [key]
n. Zool.
straight movement by an organism toward or away from a source of stimulation as a result of comparing information received by paired sensory receptors on both sides of the body. Cf. klinotaxis.

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tropospheric scatter-tropous

 

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