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tax·is
[tak-sis]
NOUN [PLURAL TAX·ES]
1.
arrangement or order, as in one of the physical sciences.
2.
oriented movement of a motile organism in response to an external stimulus, as toward or away from light.
3.
the replacing of a displaced part, or the reducing of a hernia or the like, by manipulation without cutting.
4.
the adaptation to the purposes of a building of its various parts.
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Taxis definition, arrangement or order, as in one of the physical sciences. See more.

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Feb 13, 2016 ... Supplement. Taxis is a behavioral response of a cell or an organism to an external stimulus. It should not be confused with kinesis, which is ...

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Definition of taxi - a motor vehicle licensed to transport passengers in return for payment of a fare and typically fitted with a taximeter.

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