Phototaxis

Definition of Phototaxis

Pho`to`tax´is
positive phototaxis; if away from the light, negative phototaxis.
n.1.(Biol.) The influence of light on the movements of low organisms, as various infusorians, the zoöspores of certain algæ, etc.; also, the tendency to follow definite directions of motion or assume definite positions under such influence. If the migration is toward the source of light, it is termed
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