kinetogenesis

Definition of kinetogenesis

ki`ne`to`gen´e`sis   Pronunciation: kî`nē`tô`jĕn´ė`sĭs
n.1.(Biol.) The doctrine or hypothesis that animal structures have been produced, directly or indirectly, by animal movements.
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