Definition of Chemokinesis

1. Noun. (chemistry biology) The motile response of an organism to chemical compounds, especially at a cellular level ¹



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Medical Definition of Chemokinesis

1. A response by a motile cell to a soluble chemical that involves an increase or decrease in speed (positive or negative orthokinesis) or of frequency of movement or a change in the frequency or magnitude of turning behaviour (klinokinesis). This entry appears with permission from the Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology (11 Mar 2008)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chemokinesis

chemoenzymatic
chemoenzymatically
chemofog
chemogenomic
chemogenomics
chemoheterotroph
chemoheterotrophic
chemoheterotrophs
chemoimmunology
chemoimmunotherapy
chemoinformatic
chemoinformatics
chemokine
chemokine receptor
chemokines
chemokinesis (current term)
chemokinetic
chemokyne
chemokynes
chemolithoautotroph
chemolithoautotrophic
chemolithoautotrophs
chemolithotroph
chemolithotrophic
chemolithotrophs
chemolithotrophy
chemoluminescence
chemoluminescent
chemoluminiscent
chemolyses

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