tonotopic

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to·no·top·ic

(tō-nō-top'ik),
Denoting a spatial arrangement of structures that subserve various frequencies, as in the auditory pathway.
[tono- + G. topos, place]

to·no·top·ic

(tō'nō-top'ik)
Denoting a spatial arrangement of structures such that certain tone frequencies are transmitted, as in the auditory pathway.
[tono- + G. topos, place]
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