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|etymology=Greek <i>anatrepein</i>, to turn over
 
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|definition=1. Increase of movement during [[blastokinesis]].  
  
2. ([[Arthropoda]]: [[Insecta]]) In blastokinesis, a term used to describe the movement of the embryo inside the egg from one pole to another; refers to different activities in different groups of insects, i.e., ventral to dorsal, dorsal to ventral
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2. ([[Arthropoda]]: [[Insecta]]) In [[blastokinesis]], a term used to describe the movement of the [[embryo]] inside the egg from one pole to another; refers to different activities in different groups of [[insects]], i.e., [[ventral]] to [[dorsal]], [[dorsal]] to [[ventral]]
 
|see also=[[katatrepsis]].
 
|see also=[[katatrepsis]].
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Revision as of 00:39, 14 September 2013

anatrepsis (noun; Greek anatrepein, to turn over): 1. Increase of movement during blastokinesis.

2. (Arthropoda: Insecta) In blastokinesis, a term used to describe the movement of the embryo inside the egg from one pole to another; refers to different activities in different groups of insects, i.e., ventral to dorsal, dorsal to ventral

See also: katatrepsis.