al·​las·​so·​ton·​ic | \ ə¦lasə¦tänik\

Definition of allassotonic

of the movements of mature plant organs
: temporarily induced by stimulus opposed to auxotonic — compare irritomotility

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First Known Use of allassotonic

1886, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for allassotonic

International Scientific Vocabulary allass-(from Greek allassein to change) + -o- + tonic

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