dynamogenesis

noun
dy·​na·​mo·​gen·​e·​sis | \ ˌdī-nə-mō-ˈjen-ə-səs \
plural dynamogeneses\ -​ˌsēz \

Medical Definition of dynamogenesis

: an increase in the mental or motor activity of an already functioning bodily system that accompanies any added sensory stimulation

Other Words from dynamogenesis

dynamogenic \ -​ˈjen-​ik \ adjective

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