meteorotropism

meteorotropism

 [me″te-o-rot´ro-pizm]
the response to influence by meteorologic factors noted in certain biologic events, such as sudden death, attacks of angina, joint pain, insomnia, and traffic accidents. adj., adj meteorotrop´ic.

meteorotropism

/me·te·orot·ro·pism/ (me″te-o-rot´rah-pizm) response to influence by meteorologic factors noted in certain biological events.meteorotrop´ic

meteorotropism

[mē′tē·ərətrō′pizəm]
Etymology: Gk, meteoros, high in the air, trope, turning
a reaction to meteorological influences shown by various biological occurrences, such as sudden death, attacks of arthritis, and angina. meteorotropic, adj.

meteorotropism

the possible response to influence by meteorological factors noted in certain biological events, such as sudden death, attacks of milk fever, joint pain, colic and traffic accidents.
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