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Motility   Listen
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Motility  n.  (Physiol.) Capability of motion; contractility.






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Motility" Quotes from Famous Books



... metazoa, or multicellular animals, specialization has occurred, some parts of the body becoming muscles with the primitive motility much developed, some parts becoming digestive organs, some parts conductors (the nerves) and some parts becoming specialized receptors or sense organs. A sense organ is a portion of the body that has very high ...
— Psychology - A Study Of Mental Life • Robert S. Woodworth



Words linked to "Motility" :   adduction, inclination, eurythmy, flicker, reaching, posing, immotility, reciprocation, inversion, kneeling, squatting, pitching, shutting, wave, change, eurythmics, motion, sitting, eurhythmy, straddle, kneel, move, jolt, gesture, waver, kicking, saccade, disturbance, quiver, agitation, squirm, retroflexion, sweep, vibration, everting, abduction, headshake, toss, retraction, squat



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