physiogeny definition

  • noun:
    • The germ history of the features, or perhaps the history of the introduction of vital tasks, within the individual, becoming the limbs of ontogeny.
    • The germ reputation for the features, or the reputation for the introduction of important tasks, within the specific, becoming among branches of ontogeny. See morphogeny.
    • In biology, the genesis of function; the development or development of those features of living matter which are the province of physiology.
    • The technology or history of the advancement of features of living matter.

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