archeokinetic

ar·che·o·ki·net·ic

(ar'kē-ō-ki-net'ik),
Denoting a low and primitive type of motor nerve mechanism, such as is found in the peripheral and the ganglionic nervous systems. Compare: neokinetic, paleokinetic.
[G. archaios, ancient, + kinētikos, relating to movement]

archeokinetic

An obsolete term referring to motor neural mechanisms occurring in invertebrates that are regarded as primitive in nature.

ar·che·o·ki·net·ic

(ahrk'ē-ō-ki-net'ik)
Denoting a low and primordial type of motor nerve mechanism, such as is found in the peripheral and ganglionic nervous systems.
Compare: neokinetic, paleokinetic
[G. archaios, ancient, + kinētikos, relating to movement]

archeokinetic

relating to the primitive type of motor nerve mechanism as seen in the peripheral nervous system.