neurobiotaxis


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neurobiotaxis

[¦nu̇r·ō‚bī·ō′tak·səs]
(evolution)
Hypothetical migration of nerve cells and ganglia toward regions of maximum stimulation during phylogenetic development.
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Past research study has also described any communication between two nerves as a result of neurobiotaxis occurring during fetal development (Saeed et al.
This is not simple reductionism, but rather I propose that both behavior and presumed physiological events such as neurobiotaxis are consequences of wave phase entanglement.