Difference between revisions of "vibrotaxis"

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|etymology=Latin <i>vibrare</i>, to vibrate; Greek <i>taxis</i>, arrangement
 
|etymology=Latin <i>vibrare</i>, to vibrate; Greek <i>taxis</i>, arrangement
|definition=An organism's response to mechanical vibrations.
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vibrotaxis (noun; Latin vibrare, to vibrate; Greek taxis, arrangement): An organism's response to mechanical vibrations.